Mike Lata is a technology enthusiast and freelance writer who has graduated from California State University, Chico in spring 2010 with a BA in Journalism. He has been focusing his writing on technology and computing advancements. This includes mobile applications, 3D tech, augmented reality, computing devices such as tablets, and software news for both PC and Mac operating systems. Most of his focus until recently has been on the consumer sector rather than IT professionals and enterprise. Besides Techopedia, Mike writes for AppleMagazine (TechLife News on iTunes), and has been involved with writing feature articles about IT topics for Trainsignal (blog section). He also sometimes contributes to mobile application sites, such as Appmodo.com, and does other client-based assignments. Mike was originally born in Poland and came to the U.S. when he was 9 years old. He has lived in California ever since.
Personal Website: http://mlata26.wordpress.com
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