Stuart Dredge
Stuart Dredge is a UK-based journalist who has been writing about technology and entertainment since 1998.

He currently writes regularly for The Guardian, Music Ally, the Sunday Times, CNET, and other sites/publications, focusing on mobile and apps, digital music and consumer technology. He also runs the Apps Playground blog covering apps for kids.

Blog Entries by Stuart Dredge

The Fretful Downside of Notification Culture

Posted 22 September 2011 | 01:00:00 (EST)

Remember when BlackBerry was CrackBerry? Hardcore BB users were simply unable to leave their smartphone in their pocket if they heard the telltale bleep of an incoming email. People's lives were ruled by those bleeps, and in many cases still are. Addiction isn't too strong a word. And that was...

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X Factor and Big Brother the Latest Examples of Social TV Revolution

Posted 8 September 2011 | 01:00:00 (EST)

When the first episode of this year's UK X Factor aired, I was at a music festival, No watching a bunch of deluded eejits embarrass themselves and those watching with musical acts of murder for me. I had the chance to see Razorlight. Oh, wait...

Actually, I unashamedly love X...

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