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    Technology writer, 2013 - present
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    Deputy Editor, 2011 - 2013
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    Deputy Editor, 2009 - 2011
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I graduated from Newcastle University in 2008 with a first-class degree in English Literature and now work full-time as a technology reporter for The Telegraph. I pick up complex technological concepts quickly, and have a fascination with the impact of digital innovation on society. I am articulate, energetic, conscientious and always keen to learn.

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    English Literature, 2005 - 2008
  • City of London School for Girls
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The percentage of teenagers active on Facebook dropped by 9 per cent during 2013
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Great that 4G services are finally launching in the UK, but Orange and T-Mobile customers will have to upgrade to EE to feel the benefits
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A changing cubicle that knows which items you are trying on and allows you to request different sizes and colours could transform shopping, says Sophie Curtis
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Hey, really enjoyed your article for Tech World. Would love to pitch you on a story. If you may be interested, my email is paulsonpetra at Gmail
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Kobo: technology takes a back seat in the e-book game - Telegraph
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Kobo's president tells Sophie Curtis that success in the e-reader market is dependent on bookselling, not flashy devices

Poor city-dwellers stuck in the broadband slow lane - Telegraph
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Some low-income households in urban areas are still putting up with speeds of less than 2 Mbps

Domino's Pizza hackers demand £24k ransom - Telegraph
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Hackers claim to have downloaded over 600,000 Domino's Pizza customer records

Is this the connected fitting room of the future? - Telegraph
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A changing cubicle that knows which items you are trying on and allows you to request different sizes and colours could transform shopping,

How technology is driving the next wave of film animation - Telegraph
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The next generation of film animation will rely more heavily on technology and data processing than ever before

National 'Internet of Things' network to launch in 2015 - Telegraph
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Arqiva has announced plans to build and run a national network to support the Internet of Things

Facebook lets users login to apps anonymously - Telegraph
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In an attempt to quell privacy concerns, Facebook has announced that users can now login to third party apps without sharing their data

First computer with a mouse could sell for £25,000 - Telegraph
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The Apple Lisa 1 was a commercial failure when it launched in 1983, but could now sell at auction for £25,000

Teens drift away from 'traditional' social networks - Telegraph
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The percentage of teenagers active on Facebook dropped by 9 per cent during 2013

Google+ chief Vic Gundotra leaving company - Telegraph
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Vic Gundotra, who launched Google+, has announced he is leaving the search company

Britain's worst broadband areas take 15 hours to download a film - Teleg...
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Broadband speeds can vary hugely even over small distances, new research has revealed

Smartphone game launched to 'help beat cancer'
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A new smartphone app from Cancer Research can reportedly help scientists develop new treatments and potential cancer cures

British businesses fall victim to 'cybersquatters' amid domain name rollout
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As hundreds of new web suffixes become publicly available, some of Britains top brands are falling victim to cybersquatters

Colossus at 70: the computer that helped bring down Hitler
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Today marks the seventieth anniversary of Colossus, the world's first electronic computer

My two months with a 'phablet'
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Phablet-frenzy has hit Asia, and analysts predict that giant phones could be all the rage in Europe and America soon, but what are they actu

Inside Ryse: XBox One's new standard for gaming
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Ahead of the launch of Microsoft's Xbox One, Sophie Curtis meets Andy Serkis to find out how performance capture is transforming video games

Researchers commandeer £50m superyacht with GPS-spoofing - Telegraph
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Researchers at the University of Texas have succeeded in hijacking a 213-foot yacht as it sailed from Monaco to Rhodes on the Mediterranean

Home invasion 2.0: how criminals could hack your house - Telegraph
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The home of the future is likely to be highly connected, but what could this mean for your personal safety? Sophie Curtis reports

3D printers could cause strokes, researchers warn - Telegraph
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3D printers can be harmful to humans if they are not set up in the right environment, researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology ha

South Yorkshire broadband fiasco could cost taxpayers another £45m - Tel...
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Michael Fallon MP has asked for between £10 million and £45 million to bail out South Yorkshire rural broadband project Digital Region