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James Morris
James Morris

James Morris has been a technology journalist for nearly 20 years. During this time, he had a five-year tenure as editor of leading UK computing monthly PC Pro. He now writes regularly for a variety of print and online publications. He also has a PhD in the philosophy of communications, and runs a BA course in Web Media at Ravensbourne in London.

Articles by James

SXSW: An in-depth look at Edward Snowden’s rare virtual appearance

14 Mar 2014  by James Morris
SXSW: An in-depth look at Edward Snowden’s rare virtual appearance
Edward Snowden made a video appearance at SXSW via Google Hangouts this week, and we’ve got a full analysis of his speech here.

An in-depth look at Julian Assange’s discussion of the global information order at SXSW 2014

11 Mar 2014  by James Morris
An in-depth look at Julian Assange’s discussion of the global information order at SXSW 2014
Assange took to Skype from his bolthole in the Ecuadorian embassy to discuss the NSA and the steady rise of surveillance powers. We chew over his thoughts in detail here.

Aorus X7 review

05 Mar 2014  by James Morris
Aorus X7 review
The Aorus X7 packs a huge amount of graphics power into an incredibly thin and light 17in chassis, with plenty of storage space on board, too.

Gigabyte P35K review

19 Feb 2014  by James Morris
Gigabyte P35K review
The Gigabyte P35K is a capable entertainment notebook, but it suffers from a few niggles, including a mediocre keyboard and battery life.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga review

21 Jan 2014  by James Morris
Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga review
Lenovo's ThinkPad Yoga successfully transfers the fold-over screen concept to a more business-like implementation.

Asus Zenbook UX302L review

16 Jan 2014  by James Morris
Asus Zenbook UX302L review
The latest Zenbook generation from Asus boasts many improvements, making it an even more tempting proposition.