Tim Youngman

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Tim Youngman: Mourning the death of my beloved XBox 360

I have recently suffered a great loss as my beloved trusty Xbox 360 games console died. Now you might think that at 42 I am too old to play video games but the stats would disagree. Today games players cannot be defined by a particular age, sex or social group.

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Video - Tim Youngman: How Appleā€™s 1984 ad made history

It’s not often you can say that a 30 second television ad changed a company and an industry but in the case of Apple’s “1984” ad aired during the 1984 Super Bowl it’s true.

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Caroline Williams, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber

Caroline Williams: Time to tell everyone this is the place to do business

I think we all sometimes feel that Norfolk doesn’t get the exposure it deserves.

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Tim Youngman: Tesco sign up for Amscreen facial recogntion cameras to target adverts

In August I wrote a column about facial recognition in advertising. It was in response to the announcement from one of Sir Alan Sugar’s companies, Amscreen, that it was fitting facial recognition cameras to billboards to allow them to show more targeted advertising to individuals. The cameras could tell whether someone was male or female and approximate age and deliver ads appropriately.

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People: Powering the Future conference at the John Innes centre. Simon Gray.  Photo: Bill Smith

Open your minds to an energy future

No-one wants to see gas and electric bills go through the ceiling.

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