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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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Have your say: Will Apple's new iTime watch live up to the hype?

12 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Have your say: Will Apple's new iTime watch live up to the hype?
An Apple patent for a smartwatch was revealed today, with the device apparently to be called the iTime.  The patent largely refers to a smart wristband which can be attached...

Russia slams US tech firms with revenge sanctions

18 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Russia slams US tech firms with revenge sanctions
As the US responds to the MH-17 crisis with a fresh round of economic sanctions targeting Russian banks and energy companies, Russia has responded with sanctions of its own against US tech companies.

WATCH: Sage Secrets to my Success highlights

22 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
WATCH: Sage Secrets to my Success highlights
Business software provider Sage held an exclusive event in London for entrepreneurs, startups and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Here are the best bits.

Meet Kronos: The new banking trojan you should be worrying about

22 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
Meet Kronos: The new banking trojan you should be worrying about
A new variant of banking malware has begun to be advertised on online hacker forums, billing itself as the new hottest thing in the cybercriminal underground market.

Have your say: Is the iPhone 6's sapphire screen disappointing?

21 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
Have your say: Is the iPhone 6's sapphire screen disappointing?
A new test has cast doubt on the new iPhone 6's screen, which many thought would be made of pure sapphire. As it turns out, the screen isn't all that hard after all. Have your say here!

Dancing water droplets could charge your phone

21 Jul 2014  by Paul Cooper
Dancing water droplets could charge your phone
A study conducted by a research team from MIT has discovered a way to produce both water and electric charge from the moisture in the air around us.