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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

Judge's gavel

Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe fail to persuade court to settle anti-poaching lawsuit

US Judge rejects $324m settlement due to evidence of “overarching conspiracy"

John McAfee

John McAfee launches complaint website in surprise appearance at Def Con

The Brown List is a website where users can lash out about various annoyances

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Google to hide Wikipedia link under EU's Right to be Forgotten law

Case is first request under new law to affect the online encyclopedia

Microsoft sues Samsung for failing to hand over Android royalties

Samsung thinks it doesn't need to now Microsoft owns Nokia

Facebook hit by second global outage in two months

Became inaccessible for no more than an hour

Apple wins preliminary approval for $450m ebook settlement

Will see Apple settling over allegations that it fixed ebook prices

Apple completes $3bn deal for Beats Music

Apple welcomes Jimmy Iovine and Dr Dre into the fold

UK government and Open University to offer online cyber security courses

Will aim to educate 200,000 people as part of cyber security strategy

Surface Pro 3 hands-on review

Bigger and better Surface tablet for professionals

AMD aims Kaveri APU chip at mobile PCs and laptops

Announcement follows Intel's unveiling of Core M chip for 2-in-1 devices

Computex: Intel unveils Broadwell-based Core M chip

14nm fanless mobile chip family

Computex: Dell unveils raft of tablets, laptops and desktop devices

Firm in rare appearance at Computex in push for Asian market success

Intel demos RealSense floating display technology

Thin air interaction technology could lead to widespread innovations, firm claims

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet review

Android tablet aims to challenge the iPad Air

Adobe issues fix for Flash Player zero-day flaw

Bug could have allowed attackers to take control of affected systems

Dell XPS 15 review

High-quality, powerful Windows 8 laptop

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet hands-on review

This tough little tablet is just 6.4mm thick

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

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