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Darren Allan
Darren Allan

Darren was a staff writer and then Deputy Editor at IDG Media on PC Home. He has since moved to become a freelance journalist, writing for various computer and gaming related websites for the past twelve years. He has also co-authored two humour books, “The Crap Old Days” and “1001 Ridiculous Ways to Lose a Fortune”.

Articles by Darren

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could get Android Lollipop in the near future?

14 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could get Android Lollipop in the near future?
Are things looking good for a late November arrival for Android 5.0 on the Note 4? It would seem Samsung is hinting that might be the case.

Speedy iPad Air 2 blows the iPhone 6 out of the water in benchmarks

15 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Speedy iPad Air 2 blows the iPhone 6 out of the water in benchmarks
When it comes to multi-core Geekbench 3 results, the iPad Air 2 puts in a blistering performance, blowing away the original iPad Air and the new iPhones.

Redmond officially cans Nokia brand, handsets will be Microsoft Lumia going forward

16 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Redmond officially cans Nokia brand, handsets will be Microsoft Lumia going forward
As was rumoured last month, Microsoft has finally got rid of the Nokia brand name, and Windows Phone will simply be known as Windows in the future.

CIOs and CFOs fret over the speed of their company’s digital transformation

17 hours ago  by Darren Allan
CIOs and CFOs fret over the speed of their company’s digital transformation
A new piece of research from cloud service provider Canopy has found that execs are concerned that their business will be left by the digital wayside.

Apple’s iPad Air 2 boasts triple-core CPU and 2GB of RAM

18 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Apple’s iPad Air 2 boasts triple-core CPU and 2GB of RAM
Apple has plumped for a tri-core processor in the new A8X chip, and 2GB of RAM backs it up to make for some slick performance figures.

EE hits 5.6 million 4G subscribers, set to blast past 2014 target

19 hours ago  by Darren Allan
EE hits 5.6 million 4G subscribers, set to blast past 2014 target
Things are going well for EE on the 4G front, with the network set to easily surpass the target of 6 million subscribers it was aiming for by the end of the year.