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About Pete Roberts

Pete Roberts has been in the telecom and travel journalism for 2 years. Moreover, his work is more like hobby – adventurous and really enjoyable, according to his own words. Apart from having visited a significant number of countries in Europe, the Far East and India, he used to work for charity organisations, specifically in Sudan. He has been interested in technology and foreign culture since childhood. As a telecommunications major, his opinions are highly valued by many. Of course, being mistakenly underestimated for his young age, he is still fighting for a place under the sun. And mostly - on the first pages.


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  • We cannot deny the influence of the BlackBerry line of mobile email and smartphone devices. However, there is plenty of cases connected to the RIM business which could be described as controversial. Read More…





  • The Alhambra is the perhaps the greatest example of the Muslim cultural heritage on the Iberian peninsula and the the palace and fortress, located in the Granada, Andalusia, Spain, is making the whole region second only to Barcelona in terms of annual income from tourism. Read More…





  • VoIP technology is using a single network to transfer both voice and data traffic which is money-savings for both home ad corporate clients. Since VoIP is running over Internet instead of ordinary company’s line, a VoIP phone system contains some features that are not included in ordinary phone service. Read More…





  • The future of the vuvuzela, the plastic horn producing loud monotone note, is not so bright. Part of the South African football experience, the exuberance epitomised by the instrument enjoyed the appreciation of many fans. However, its near-constant repetition led to many suggestions for limiting its use, muffling its sound, and even an outright ban. Read More…





  • A new level of sound quality competition will be set by the mega-powerful, multimedia superphone, the HTC Sensation XE, which is the update of the existing HTC Sensation and also the first smartphone in the world with integrated Beats Audio. Read More…





  • Let’s talk about the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state, the only female prime minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto. Almost 4 years ago the politician, noted fro her charismatic authority and political astuteness has been assassinated. Despite her positive image in the world, Bhutto’s controversial policies and support have made her legacy more complicated and extremely difficult to describe in words. Read More…





  • Here comes the rooster…well, it’s not an Alice In Chains’ classic, it’s my final chapter of the “French” series, where you can find out why the rooster is the representation of the French national identity, which foods made the French cuisine so admired worldwide and about the most popular and attractive sports in the country. Read More…





  • The HTC Rhyme Android Phone is sleek and stylish and should appeal to broad market. On its own the Rhyme doesn’t offer anything out of the ordinary. However, its killer feature is the amount of included accessories that come in the box, including a docking station with built-in speakers that turns the phone into a handy, bedside alarm clock. Read More…





  • Loneliness leads to stupidity, scientists alarm. The explanation is that singles are normally giving limits to their social activities and their brain cells are ageing faster. A conference of European neurologists discussed some of the latest research results which proved that divorced men are more likely to suffer dementia than the married. Read More…





  • The picture of the French culture would not be complete without mentioning the French cinema and fashion. Many aspects of film making and fashion were created in France and the country is home and inspiration for many artists and designers. In this part of the series we’ll see France’s historicl and strong links with cinema and fashion. Read More…