After leaving college and now in his mid-20's, he continues to write about technology, society, politics and anything in-between, as well as giving the occasional university lecture, and discussing the events of the day on television and radio. He saw his first academic work published at the age of 22 -- then still an undergraduate -- and has since been cited by CNN, BBC News, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
He is now based in New York City.
Latest articles from Zack Whittaker
Unannounced inspections were carried out in several member states earlier this week amid claims tech companies colluded to drive up prices of products.
In the run-up to the holiday season, smartphone shipments are slowing — and the platform share is beginning to even out between Android and iOS.
Microsoft 'alarmed' by NSA spying. (But let's not forget it knew about the risks at least two years ago)
Microsoft's chief lawyer compared the National Security Agency to hackers, and tried to reassure business users that their data was as safe as it can be. But the software giant knew about the effects of the Patriot Act at least two years ago. Why? I was the guy asking the questions.
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