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Samsung advertorial feature for Gizmodo, T3 and TechRadar (January 2013):
 
Shop in comfort from your bed with the Note II
As the processing power of smartphones and the quality of shopping apps has increased, the dream of doing your weekly shop from the comfort of your own bed has become a reality.



Tags:  Gizmodo  T3  TechRadar  Advertorials  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Websites  Android  Apps  Shopping  Google  





Samsung advertorial feature for TechRadar, T3 and Gizmodo (January 2013):
 
Getting more from Google Play
Google Play is your one-stop-shop for all your Android entertainment on the Samsung GALAXY Note II. It includes over 700,000 apps, along with millions of songs, books and movies.



Tags:  TechRadar  T3  Gizmodo  Advertorials  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Websites  Android  Apps  Google  Phones  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 317 - January 2012) feature on cloud computing:
 
Get the best of the cloud
Which company has the online services and content which are right for you? Jamie Middleton explains...






This was also converted into online form for TechRadar.com.


Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Cloud computing  Microsoft  Apple  Amazon  Google  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 315 - November 2011):
 
Is Android Google's Achilles' heel?
With patent wars, poor tablet sales and customer confusion, is Android doomed and could it take Google with it? Jamie Middleton investigates...






This was also converted into online form for TechRadar.com.


Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Android  Google  Phones  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 301 - December 2010) feature on alternative search engines to Google:
 
Game over Google
Forget Google - Jamie Middleton shows you the contenders that offer new and interesting ways to find what you want online.




This was also converted into online form for Techradar.com.


Tags:  PC Plus  Features  Technology  Writing  Consumer  Magazines  Google  Search  





PC Plus magazine (Issue 300 - November 2010) news feature about Google:
 
Can you trust Google?
Why the internet search giant might start doing evil to survive.


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