Jake Smith

Jake Smith has worked for a variety of technology-focused publications over the years, covering Apple's smartphone rise as an editor at 9to5mac and the explosion of the consumer tech obsession for Pocket-lint as US News Editor. Jake currently attends the University of Kentucky, studying finance, and thinks drones will be the next big thing.

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Choose the right university for a start

Choose the right university for a start

So you're on your way to university and about to finish college or high school, but which one? There are so many universities out there, across the country and the globe, all offering the "best courses" and so many advantages.

May 31, 2008 by in Banking

Can Windows 7 benefit students?

Can Windows 7 benefit students?

From what we've seen of Windows 7, we've got multi-touch features and a new taskbar. Obviously because of the new way that Microsoft (*ahem* Sinfosky) is keeping the Windows family of products close to its chest, we don't really know what's going on with it, or what it can offer.

May 31, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

Microsoft CardSpace killed before it really began?

Microsoft CardSpace killed before it really began?

According to Neowin, computing students at the University of Bochum, Germany, have worked out how to retrieve vital security tokens from Microsoft's CardSpace framework. CardSpace is highly tipped to be the successor to Windows Live ID (Passport) and making passwords a relic of the Cold War, using self-signed or certificate authority signed digital certificates stored on the local machine as proof of who you are.

May 30, 2008 by in Security

Microsoft Student Partner applications extended

Microsoft Student Partner applications extended

For those who don't know, the Microsoft Student Partner programme (MSP) is a faction of Microsoft represented by just under 1,400 university students from over 100 countries around the world (although the figures do seem to shift quite a lot from time to time), all interested about Microsoft technologies, their products, and engaging in careers in technology.

May 30, 2008 by in Microsoft

DreamSpark fails to spark anything

DreamSpark fails to spark anything

It’s fair to say most people are a little reserved and somewhat suspicious when Microsoft (of all people) offer something for “free”. There must be a catch, a hidden something, an underlying reason… well in this case there isn’t, not one that I can see anyway.

May 30, 2008 by in Microsoft

Job vacancies rise as UK graduates “lack the right skills”

Job vacancies rise as UK graduates “lack the right skills”

This is an interesting one – how would you feel about spending around £30,000 ($58,000ish) over 4 years, working blood, sweat and tears, having constant stress but also the time of your life, not to mention a degree at the end of it… and nobody wants to employ you? It’s something most of us would have worried about, but it’s an increasing problem.

May 30, 2008 by in CXO

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