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Dave Neal is a reporter at the INQUIRER. Previously he worked at V3, VNUnet, and IT Week in editor and journalist roles.He started his career when the Y2K bug was a front page story and remains committed to covering the interesting world of technology news.He left the world of office working four years ago and now represents the INQUIRER from home in Kent with his dog.Dave has been quoted in papers including the London Metro.
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