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‘Gamin’ Post: Is Technology Ruining Rugby Union?

Since eventually turning professional nearly 20 years ago, rugby union has led the way in terms of incorporating technology into both the coverage of the game and its officiating. With ‘ref-cams’ giving fans an officials-eye view of the game and microphones allowing both spectators and TV viewers an opportunity to hear the interactions between players and referees, there is no …

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James O'Malley‘Gamin’ Post: Is Technology Ruining Rugby Union?

James O'Malley appointed new editor of Tech Digest – welcome aboard

September has been a huge month for the technology industry – in one month Nokia has been eaten up by Microsoft, the Blackberry has started to rot, fingerprints have suddenly become important, and Los Santos has become the number one…

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James O'MalleyJames O'Malley appointed new editor of Tech Digest – welcome aboard

iDo: Kate and Wills' Geek Fantasy Tech Royal Wedding

I have no interest whatsoever in the Royal Wedding. Fair play to the young regal lovers for tying the knot and bagging us all an extra couple of Bank Holiday days off, but the near-certain pomp and excess of Prince…

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Gerald LynchiDo: Kate and Wills' Geek Fantasy Tech Royal Wedding

Google invests in technology to detect government-scale internet tampering (and naughty internet providers)

After searching high and low and not finding a technical problem, Google earlier this week concluded the Chinese government must be tampering with Gmail. The Chinese have denied any wrongdoing, but nothing can be proven either way. But soon…

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ShinyJessGoogle invests in technology to detect government-scale internet tampering (and naughty internet providers)