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Sooraj Shah

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Sooraj Shah is a journalist, editor and copywriter specialising in business technology. He is a Contributing Editor for New Statesman Tech and Contributor for Forbes, covering technology in the corporate and public sectors. He has covered some of the biggest buzzwords such as AI, big data, IoT and digital transformation extensively.

He has written for publications including The Guardian, Computer Weekly, CIO UK, The Register, Computing, Infosecurity Magazine, SC Magazine UK, Mobile Europe, Hot Topics and IT Pro. He was also Commissioning Editor of Branded Content at WIRED UK.

Previously, he was Group Features Editor of Computing, V3 and the Inquirer, where as well as editing and writing, Sooraj chaired panel discussions at events, presented webinars, set up and managed live blogs for events, and managed social media feeds.

Store employees help customers with their purchases during the grand opening of a flagship Microsoft Corp retail store in New York

Microsoft will rival Amazon’s automated grocery shop with its own retail technology that would eliminate cashiers and checkout lines from stores.
A logotype collection of well-known world brand's printed on paper. Include Google, McDonald's, Nike, Coca-Cola, Facebook, Apple and more others logo.

The 2018 version of the WPP BrandZ report shows a clear trend of big tech companies standing tall as the most valuable brands on the planet, but there is also domination from two countries in the list.
Fortnite box as displayed on our Xbox

The developers of Fortnite, the hugely popular apocalyptic survival video game, have announced a $100m prize fund up for grabs to the game’s best players. It is believed to be the biggest sum of money ever on offer for an e-sports tournament.
A press officer poses with Pepper the Humanoid Robot at the World of Me Store of the near future installation in London

According to the Centre for London, the capital's economy is likely to be shaken up because of the growth of automation, Brexit and wage pressures.
A person holds a red iPhone product at a Apple store in Nanjing

Technology giant Apple today announced a special red version of its iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus phones and a red leather case for iPhone X.
Google logo on one of the buildings situated in Googleplex, the company's main campus

Google has joined the likes of IBM, Microsoft and AWS in developing a blockchain solution. It hopes that the technology can differentiate its offerings to its customers.
Searching for fake news on the internet

While it may be unsurprising that fake news spreads quickly – there may be some that would be shocked to know that it spreads six times faster than the truth on Twitter. But why is there such a big difference.
Technician walking in hallway of server room

Amazon, Microsoft and Google are vying for the top spot in cloud computing - and it's because the area is incredibly profitable, even compared to these tech giants' existing services.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a news conference at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto

Facebook is moving to make news on its site more trustworthy, but it is using an unsophisticated method to do this, suggesting it is merely a PR stunt.
A woman wears Snapchat Spectacles on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) while waiting for Snap Inc. to list their IPO in New York

A number of wearables were meant to have been hugely successful last year, but in actual fact issues with money, hardware, technology glitches and timing have led to a number of high-profile failures.