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Lee joined as a reporter on The INQUIRER in April 2012.

Prior to working at The INQUIRER, Lee was sponsored by the NCTJ to do a multimedia journalism course in London. After completing placements at local magazines and newspapers in both print and online he wrote for an online gaming news website, and it was here where his love for technology grew.

Lee's main coverage areas include processors, internet security, PCs, laptops and tablet news and reviews.

Articles by Lee Bell

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet powered by Android KitKat 4.4

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet hands-on review

This tough little tablet is just 6.4mm thick

Sony Xperia Z2 smartphone running Android KitKat 4.4

Sony Xperia Z2 smartphone hands-on review

The 4K Android handset's screen blew us away

Top 10 Mobile World Congress insights: Nokia, Samsung and Qualcomm dominate headlines

We round up the biggest headlines from another packed show

MWC: Facebook chief Zuckerberg claims PRISM has toughened tech sector

Thinks the industry is more "aligned" due to how extreme the spying revelations were

MWC: Qualcomm touts 64-bit Snapdragon 610 and 615 processors

Firm claims 'world first' with new chips

MWC: Sony unveils Xperia Z2 smartphone and tablet on Android KitKat

Firm continues to enhance products under Xperia brand

V3 Storage Summit: HDDs in the data centre are here to stay, says HGST

Flash storage will not ever fully replace hard disk drives

Livescribe 3 Smartpen review

The pen that turns your scribbles into editable text

Amazon Web Services launches I2 instances for higher random I/O performance

Will deliver more processing power due via Intel's Xeon E5 processor

Dell catches Cryptolocker ransomware stealing nearly $1m in Bitcoins

Up to a quarter of a million devices infected

Dell claims fastest IOPS server speed to boost app performance for online transactions

Fluid Cache for SAN accelerator will "completely redefine the data centre"

Dell teams with Red Hat to co-engineer private cloud products

Claims to be the first company to OEM the Linux OpenStack platform

Dell inks deal with Dropbox for faster and more secure enterprise file sharing

Gives IT managers better control and visibility of employee data

Dell aims for secure BYOD management with mobility software upgrade

Firm integrates products across Linux, Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices

Dell updates data centre networking switches and EqualLogic storage

Firm announces updates to help future proof data centres

AMD launches Mullins and Beema mobile APU updates to rival Intel Bay Trail

Brings more efficiency for fanless tablets, laptops and two-in-ones

Lenovo announces Android Yoga Tablet costing £199

Firms claims device delivers 18 hours of battery life

Apple iPad Air to launch in UK on 1 November

Firm touts lighter and thinner device

HP Spectre X2 video demo

A two-in-one ultrabook and tablet hybrid that could eliminate the need for BYOD

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