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Paul Cooper
Paul Cooper

Paul Cooper is a writer and journalist from South Wales, who has worked at various international literary journals. He reviews books, music and film. He started writing about tech when he joined ITProPortal, and is most interested in the point where tech news meets current affairs.

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Watch Google show off a working prototype of Project Ara (it looks pretty great)

11 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Watch Google show off a working prototype of Project Ara (it looks pretty great)
Google has released footage of a working prototype of its remarkable modular smartphone known only as Project Ara.

Frankencloud: 5 reasons to be terrified of cloud apps this Halloween

14 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Frankencloud: 5 reasons to be terrified of cloud apps this Halloween
This Halloween, it’s not the ghouls and goblins that give us the biggest scare. It’s cloud apps. But don’t look too closely because they’re also pretty scary. Here are five reasons why.

Who's flying drones over France's nuclear power plants?

16 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Who's flying drones over France's nuclear power plants?
Mysterious drone sightings over nuclear power plants have been confounding French authorities in recent weeks, and have led to an investigation. But who's behind the sightings?

Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay, now let's get on with making phones'

30 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay, now let's get on with making phones'
Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced his sexual orientation in the hope that it would help others struggling with their identity, but has asked that it not become an unnecessary focus for media attention.

White House down: Computer systems hacked by unconfirmed assailant

29 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
White House down: Computer systems hacked by unconfirmed assailant
Hackers have breached computer systems at the White House. The measures put in place to identify the attackers and prevent further compromise have shut down the White House computer network.

Google wants to put tiny magnets in your blood. But why?

29 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
Google wants to put tiny magnets in your blood. But why?
As ambitions go, Google’s ambition to cure death is pretty up there. Still, its latest moonshot project out of the secretive and experimental Google X division could bring that goal one step closer.