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Jonathan Weinberg
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Jonathan Weinberg

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I have been a technology and gaming journalist for nearly 15 years, 10 of which were spent as the Technology Editor for The Sun newspaper and its website. I am now a freelance writer for national newspapers, magazines and online portals.

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14Feb
Will the Year of Code be good for your children?

The British Government has deemed 2014 as the Year of Code to get more ...

04Feb
Will your child grow up to drive an electric car?

Assuming they can afford to buy a car, tax it, insure it and pay for its upkeep in 10 years or more, your child could help fuel a ...

29Jan
6 of the biggest games for 2014

If your kids got a games console or gaming handheld for Christmas then they ve probably already finished the games you bought them with ...

29Jan
Why your kids should be encouraged to join Facebook

Research out this week from Princeton University claims Facebook could lose up to 80% of its users by 2017. Other recent reports have claimed ...

13Jan
Will your child grow up in a 'Smart Home'?

This week at the CES technology expo in Las Vegas there's been a lot of talk about Smart Homes. Samsung and LG are ...

11Nov
What are your technology innovation predictions for 2014?

If you didn't realise how close the end of 2013 was, then you need smartwatch. It is one of the big techno advances for 2014 after Samsung launched ...

23Oct
What should parents know about the new iPad and new iPad mini?

Apple last night launched its latest tablet devices - but for parents the question is not which iPad do I buy, but do I buy an iPad at all? Its ...

22Oct
Should Facebook be responsible for our kids' privacy and safety?

When Facebook announced last week that it was to relax the rules around teenage privacy settings, parts of the media went into overdrive with scare ...

25Sep
Is an iPad the only smart choice when buying a tablet for a child?

Christmas is just around the corner and this year's must-have present for kids could well be a tablet computer – but that doesn’t mean spending ...

12Sep
Will Apple's iPhone fingerprint reader be bad news for parents?

Apple has added a fingerprint reader to its latest iPhone 5S model - and for parents it's great news as it could stop your children making costly ...

Q: Will the Year of Code be good for your children?

A: The British Government has deemed 2014 as the Year of Code to get more children learning the basics of the languages behind computers, websites and ...

3 years ago

Q: Will your child grow up to drive an electric car?

A: Assuming they can afford to buy a car, tax it, insure it and pay for its upkeep in 10 years or more, your child could help fuel a revolution in ...

3 years ago

Q: 6 of the biggest games for 2014

A: If your kids got a games console or gaming handheld for Christmas then they ve probably already finished the games you bought them with it. Now ...

3 years ago

Q: Why your kids should be encouraged to join Facebook

A: Research out this week from Princeton University claims Facebook could lose up to 80% of its users by 2017. Other recent reports have claimed the ...

3 years ago

Q: Will your child grow up in a 'Smart Home'?

A: This week at the CES technology expo in Las Vegas there's been a lot of talk about Smart Homes. Samsung and LG are both investing in automated ...

3 years ago

Q: What are your technology innovation predictions for 2014?

A: If you didn't realise how close the end of 2013 was, then you need smartwatch. It is one of the big techno advances for 2014 after Samsung launched ...

3 years ago

Q: What should parents know about the new iPad and new iPad mini?

A: Apple last night launched its latest tablet devices - but for parents the question is not which iPad do I buy, but do I buy an iPad at all? Its ...

3 years ago

Q: Should Facebook be responsible for our kids' privacy and safety?

A: When Facebook announced last week that it was to relax the rules around teenage privacy settings, parts of the media went into overdrive with scare ...

3 years ago

Q: Is an iPad the only smart choice when buying a tablet for a child?

A: Christmas is just around the corner and this year's must-have present for kids could well be a tablet computer – but that doesn’t mean spending ...

3 years ago

Q: Will Apple's iPhone fingerprint reader be bad news for parents?

A: Apple has added a fingerprint reader to its latest iPhone 5S model - and for parents it's great news as it could stop your children making costly ...

3 years ago

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