Nicholas Fearn

Nicholas is a technology journalist from the Welsh valleys. He's written for a plethora of respected media sources, including The Next Web, Techradar, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, TrustedReviews, Alphr, TechWeekEurope and Mail Online, and edits Wales's leading tech publication. When he's not geeking out over Game of Thrones, he's investigating ways tech can change our lives in many different ways.

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Wireless Technologies

Three brand new transport solutions developed by the little guys

We look beyond self-driving cars at three hot transport solutions being developed by startups

iot-skills

Training and Development

IoT skills set to rise in importance

We take a look at the type of training initiatives needed to develop IoT professionals

security

Training and Development

Critical lack of skills could be the biggest security challenge

How the industry is gradually responding to the cybersecurity skills shortage

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Manufacturing and Process Management

Wales seeks to lead in semiconductor innovation

The Institute of Semiconductors in Cardiff is looking to turn laboratory research into leading tech products and services

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Biometrics

The rise of biometrics is not as clear cut as may seem

Are biometrics really the future of security and surveillance?

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Internet

When bots go rogue

A look at the role of rogue bots in the rise of spam and fake news

troll

Social Networks

Twitter and the scourge of cyberbullying

How the tech industry is responding to the difficult contradiction between trolling and freedom of speech on social media

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