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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”.

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Monkey selfie row ends as US Copyright Office declares image public domain

7 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Monkey selfie row ends as US Copyright Office declares image public domain
Over in the States, the controversial copyright row between a photographer and Wikimedia has had a line drawn under it in favour of the latter.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera specs leaked

8 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera specs leaked
We already knew that Samsung’s upcoming phablet will have a 16 megapixel rear camera, but further details on the snapper have been leaked.

Huge increase in number of Android devices reported, but Samsung still king

9 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Huge increase in number of Android devices reported, but Samsung still king
According to a new report from OpenSignal on Android fragmentation, there are now almost 19,000 distinct Android devices out there.

Windows 9 will be unveiled at the end of September

9 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Windows 9 will be unveiled at the end of September
Sources in the know reckon that Microsoft has pencilled in the last day of September as the date for the revelation of the next version of its desktop OS.

Smart skin could make aircraft “feel” damage like a human being

11 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Smart skin could make aircraft “feel” damage like a human being
BAE Systems is developing a human-like skin which utilises thousands of micro-sensors to spot any problems with an airplane immediately as they begin to occur.

UPS becomes latest victim of major data breach

21 Aug 2014  by Darren Allan
UPS becomes latest victim of major data breach
UPS has spilled customer names, addresses and bank card details, although no fraud relating to the incident has been reported yet.