Danny is a Staff Writer for Computing. With experience in online and broadcast journalism, he joined Computing in August 2012 after over two years working in the video games industry press. He graduated with a Master's degree in Multimedia Broadcast Journalism from University College Falmouth in 2008, after previously completing a BA in Politics at the University of Exeter.

Articles & blogs by Danny Palmer

National Archive uses MongoDB to put First World War diaries online

The National Archives are using MongoDB to store digital documents online
Historical documents are available to the public through The National Archives' Discovery Platform
11 Feb 2014

Resources-to-go: an interview with Just Eat's CTO

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Just Eat CTO Carlos Morgado explains to Danny Palmer how the cloud satisfies the takeaway service’s craving for innovation
11 Feb 2014

Government in talks with web firms to block 'extremist' web content

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Move aims to block access to violent videos and would also encompass some types of pornography
10 Feb 2014

'Everything will be governed by maths and coding,' says Google exec

Exec Peter Barron tells college students that 'everything' will involve computing
10 Feb 2014

Russia rules Bitcoin to be illegal

Virtual currency 'cannot be used' declares Prosecutor General as country hosts Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
10 Feb 2014

Nitro CEO Sam Chandler: ‘We'll give Adobe a run for their money’

Document sharing solution provider founder tells Computing how cloud technology will help Nitro go toe-to-toe with the more established PDF solution provider Adobe
10 Feb 2014

Google backs Code Club scheme to teach teachers coding

George Osborne welcomes move to teach teachers coding before it is introduced into the curriculum later this year
07 Feb 2014

Contactless payments: are we sacrificing security for convenience?

Danny Palmer investigates whether contactless card payments could see us handing our details to cyber criminals, all for the sake of buying a coffee a little quicker
07 Feb 2014

Blockchain hits out at Apple 'monopoly' after bitcoin app removed from iOS store

Blockchain was final bitcoin app still available to download from the App Store
06 Feb 2014

India investigate Huawei for spying on networks

Chinese telecoms firm accused of hacking state-owned systems
06 Feb 2014

Hackers will target businesses with Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics scams

David Grane of Dyn wants businesses to be viligant as the Games begin in Russia
06 Feb 2014

Data available online leaves UK infrastructure vulnerable to cyber attacks - IET

Institution of Engineering and Technology warns 'low level of technical knowledge' required to mount attacks thanks to freely available information
06 Feb 2014

Web firms welcome Cable's comments on cyber security, but say more needs to be done

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills met with industry to discuss protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attack
05 Feb 2014

NSA monitored former German leader Gerhard Schroeder's phone

Latest revelations reveal more phone-tapping of world leaders by US spies
05 Feb 2014

Microsoft's Azure cloud offering "not as strong as Amazon Web Services", says Just Eat CTO

Carlos Morgado tells Computing why he opted for AWS instead of Microsoft Azure
05 Feb 2014
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