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Dave Neal is a reporter at The INQUIRER. Previously he worked at V3.co.uk, VNUnet, and IT Week in editor and journalist roles.

He started his career when the Y2K bug was a front page story and remains committed to covering the interesting world of technology news.

He left the world of office working four years ago and now represents The INQUIRER from home in Kent with his dog.

Dave has been quoted in papers including the London Metro.

Articles by Dave Neal

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Virgin Media slammed over reply all email blunder

Recipients were able to mail each other, leading to spam

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Lloyds upgrades 1,200 ATMs from Windows XP to Windows 7

New NCR ATMs will also feature voice banking for the visually impaired

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Google admits to analysing users' emails in latest terms and conditions

Updates small print to clarify that it checks email content

Storage guru Stuart Parkin wins 2014 Millennium Technology Prize

Prof picks up a cool €1m for work that has helped drive cloud computing, among other things

Protester vomits on a Yahoo bus

Everyone is a critic

Apple iOS bug poses key-logging risk for iPhones and iPads

Even non-jailbroken devices are not safe, warns FireEye

Dropbox for Android 2.3.12

Synchronise & share your most important files

BlackBerry cancels Live events and two phones

Tough times for troubled tech firm

Bletchley Park's Alan Turing given royal pardon

Overdue quashing of the Enigma code breaker's conviction for homosexuality

December sales push Raspberry Pi towards 2.3 million units shipped

Firm had originally expected to reach two million in Spring 2014

RSA denies $10m deal with NSA for backdoor access

The firm says it did not receive a payoff from the US National Security Agency

California introduces cellphone killswitch plans

Ability to make a phone unusable would limit high bill costs after phone theft

Microsoft takes down faulty Surface Pro 2 update

Firm apologises after firmware update causes problems

British Airways to let passengers use mobile devices throughout flights

Following the Civil Aviation Authority’s lead, BA will allow its customers to use their smartphones and tablets during takeoff and landing

Skype for Android 4.4

Cheap calls to Skype handsets and get on a video conference call

Google ends Microsoft IE9 support across Apps suite

Business need to upgrade from old Microsoft browser, or become bi-browser

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