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Ireland’s digital dilemma – this is still a tale of two economies
Despite the evidence, Ireland is still failing to fully embrace the potential of the digital economy. It is a tale of two countries: one, a
Ann O’Dea accepts ICS fellowship as champion for women in STEM
Silicon Republic CEO Ann O’Dea, Minister Richard Bruton, TD, and CPL chief Anne Heraty have been recognised for their contributions to the I
‘Mel Gibson’ wins mini sumo war as Castlebar kids dominate robotics champs
Brave-hearted team ‘Mel Gibson’ out-muscled all challengers to take the mini sumo title with their lethal weapon of a robot at this year’s I
LinkedIn Q1 revenues surge 35pc, but Wall Street is not impressed with o...
LinkedIn has reported Q1 revenues of US$637.7m, up 35pc on last year as three of its main businesses – job listings, marketing and premium s
Lobbying register set up by Irish Govt aims for more transparency
The dark art of lobbying is about to be given a 21st century upgrade in the form of an online lobbying register that will require lobbyists
Microsoft Windows 10 will allow iOS and Android apps to work on Windows ...
At Build last night one of the big reveals was that Microsoft’s forthcoming new OS Windows 10 will be able to run reworked Android and iOS a
iPhones in China being snapped up by the Bling dynasty
China’s rising middle, millionaire and billionaire classes just can’t get enough of the iPhone, proving to be the biggest growth engine for
Facebook warns Europe that users will miss out if privacy regulation get...
Facebook has warned privacy regulators in Europe that users across the continent will miss out on new products and features if regulatory pr
Irish genealogy resource with 400,000 Catholic parish records to go online
The entire collection of Catholic parish register microfilms held by the National Library of Ireland – 400,000 films amounting to the most i
Stemettes’ Outbox Incubator will empower teen girl entrepreneurs to buil...
Teenage girls who want to create their own science and tech start-ups have been given a welcome boost in the form of the Stemettes Outbox In
The Nepal earthquake - 6 digital ways you can help relief efforts
More than 4,000 people are now believed to have died in the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday, 25 April, and the death toll
Start-up raises €1m to create wearable device that helps athletes up the...
A Dundalk-based technology start-up has just raised €1m to develop its wearable technology that helps amateur rugby and football players the
EY and NUI Galway team up for BioInnovate Ireland start-up accelerator
Participants with the BioInnovate Ireland bio-medical start-up accelerator will now have the support of EY to provide financial advice in te
Facebook adds video calling to Messenger in North America and parts of E...
Facebook has revealed a new iOS and Android update for Messenger that includes the ability to video chat with others.
Google bids to save the news by forging digital partnership with Europea...
Amidst the dark clouds of a threatened European investigation into its search business, Google has forged a digital partnership with eight E