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Silicon Republic CEO launches year two of Women Invent Tomorrow
On 8 March 2013, Silicon Republic launched a year-long campaign to highlight the role that women play in the areas of science, technology, e
Major breakthrough in fold-up screens made by UK scientists
A team of scientists from Surrey University in the UK claim to have made a significant breakthrough in the development of fold-up screen tec
Commercial drones legal for now as photographer evades a US$10k fine
While talk of Amazon and UPC delivering goods by drone may still be just talk, commercial drone flying has been made temporarily legal in th
Facebook redesigns News Feed – bigger pictures and a new font
Expect the howling to begin as Facebook sets about revamping its News Feed. However, the changes are quite subtle, with pictures appearing l
Just 18pc of Irish businesses have a female board member
Less than one in five large Irish businesses have a female board member - below the EU average, new research by Grant Thornton for Internati
Apple OS X Mavericks update means 4K displays can now be set at ‘Retina’...
Apple’s new OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 beta comes with a support feature that enables compatible 4K displays to be set at Retina resolution.
Irish start-up selected to join Dutch accelerator course
Social Honey, an Irish technology start-up has been selected to join nine other start-ups from across the world as part of the Rockstart Web
Dublin tech start-up to battle Europe’s top 100 businesses tonight
A small, three year-old Dublin tech start-up called Agile Networks will be one of five Irish companies competing among 100 of Europe’s best
Ireland has great potential for synthetic biology - Prof Matthew Bennett...
In our run-up to The Synthetic Biology Future event in Cork City on 13 March, we spoke to Matthew Bennett, assistant professor of biochemist
Apple reportedly diverted AUD$8.9bn in Australian sales income to Irish ...
An investigative report by the Australian Financial Review reveals how, over the course of a decade, Apple shifted almost AUD$9bn in untaxed
Telecoms research group envisions 600 new jobs for Waterford by 2020
The opening of NetLabs, a €5m research building at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT)’s West Campus, will position the institute to hel
Ireland can be world leader in innovation, says Sean Kelly MEP
Former GAA President, Sean Kelly, MEP, has called on banks, small businesses, researchers and universities to collaborate closely to make Ir
13-year-old student builds a working nuclear reactor
A 13-year-old UK student has potentially made his name in history as the youngest person ever to have created a working nuclear reactor afte
Collison brothers’ Stripe redesigns its checkout feature
The Collison brothers’ Silicon Valley start-up Stripe has rolled out the first update to its e-commerce checkout service and the revamped to
Facebook, Instagram crack down on illegal gun sales
In what it terms ‘new educational and enforcement efforts’, Facebook has introduced new policies for the social network and photo-sharing ap
Dundalk sports tech firm in deal to deliver digital content to US TV net...
Health and Sports Technologies Ltd, a Dundalk based sports technology firm, has been chosen by US TV company Leading Edge to produce a serie