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Alysia Judge
Alysia Judge

Having now been a staff writer at ITProPortal for an entire year, Alysia is still excited by the idea of spending her days writing about mobile, web and consumer tech. That's a good thing, because skills like waxing lyrical about smartphones and spelling Japanese software developer names without checking Wikipedia are pretty much non-transferable.

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Articles by Alysia

Microsoft's 'Band' is a fitness tracker / smartwatch, do you want one?

3 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
Microsoft's 'Band' is a fitness tracker / smartwatch, do you want one?
Simply called Band, Microsoft has dived head first into the wearable technology peleton with the launch of its first smart fitness bracelet. Can it compete with the likes of FitBit and Samsung?

Xiaomi threatens Samsung and Apple as third largest smartphone vendor

4 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
 Xiaomi threatens Samsung and Apple as third largest smartphone vendor
Xiaomi may have accrued its fair share of controversy over malignant marketing strategies and security practices, still managed to muscle a position as the world’s third largest smartphone vendor.

Tech or treat! Techie costume ideas for Halloween 2014

23 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
Tech or treat! Techie costume ideas for Halloween 2014
Tech or treat! Halloween costume ideas are hard to come by, so we've put together a list of frightening samples for your inner tech geek. Happy Halloween!

Oppo N3 release date, UK price and specs: The best smartphone camera ever?

29 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
Oppo N3 release date, UK price and specs: The best smartphone camera ever?
If announcing the world’s thinnest smartphone wasn’t enough, Oppo has finally lifted the lid on the Oppo N3. Check out the full specs, UK price and release date.

'Robot who can love' lands job as Nescafé salesman

29 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
'Robot who can love' lands job as Nescafé salesman
Landing a job as a Nescafé salesman is a far cry from the apocalyptic future Terminator predicted for artificially intelligent robots, but everyone’s got to start somewhere right?

Samaritans Twitter app will tell your followers if it thinks you're suicidal

29 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
Samaritans Twitter app will tell your followers if it thinks you're suicidal
Samaritans Radar is a new free Twitter app designed to warn users whether their connections online are at risk of suicide, with the hope the network will take action.