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9am News Alerts from Silicon Republic Silicon Republic is a leading source for technology, science and start-up news, information and resources for people who are passionate about STEM. in the 11/24/2015 edition:

Pfizer’s €151bn takeover of Allergan to net Irish Govt serious windfall

Nov 24, 2015 08:31 am

The completion of the Pfizer takeover of Allergan for €151bn ($160bn) will benefit the Irish Government greatly with the deal to see Pfizer bring €620m to the Irish economy in corporate tax.

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WordPress has been rebuilt from the bottom up

Nov 24, 2015 08:25 am

WordPress, arguably the world’s biggest publishing platform, has just revealed its biggest overhaul yet, moving to open source and away from PHP. It has also launched a new desktop app for Macs.

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Apple’s Irish tax verdict could be delayed to 2016

Nov 24, 2015 07:57 am

Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael Noonan has revealed that he now expects the European Commission’s verdict on Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland to come next year.

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Want to work in tech? You have to speak the language

Nov 24, 2015 07:55 am

If someone asked you to think of tech industry jobs, the image that would most likely pop into your head is of someone hunched over a computer writing unintelligible strings of code. But the industry is so much more than that.

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Who is Lucy the Australopithecus? Google Doodle reveals all

Nov 24, 2015 07:43 am

Looking far back into our prehistoric past, today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 41st anniversary of the discovery of what – or who – became known as Lucy the Australopithecus, a 3.2m-year-old human ancestor with links to The Beatles.

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Dell hit by fresh Superfish scandal that leaves PCs open to attack

Nov 24, 2015 07:40 am

Almost a year after Lenovo had to apologise for shipping PCs with Superfish adware that potentially exposed consumers to cyberattacks, US tech giant Dell has been hit with a similar problem.

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Israeli Amos-5 satellite disappearance plunges much of Africa into darkness

Nov 23, 2015 05:02 pm

An Israeli satellite that provides telecoms and TV service to much of Africa, Amos-5, has mysteriously disappeared from Earth’s orbit, sparking fears that it was struck by space debris rendering it space junk itself.

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Move over graphene, there’s a new wonder material in town

Nov 23, 2015 04:08 pm

We’ve long reported here at Siliconrepublic.com the regular improvements in the material known as graphene, but now it seems there’s a new material developed that will put its achievements to shame.

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Google Star Wars Easter Egg lets you choose Dark Side or Light Side

Nov 23, 2015 03:54 pm

A new Google Easter Egg spotted in cyber space allows users to choose the Dark Side or the Light Side and transform everything from Gmail to Google Maps and YouTube accordingly.

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Burst HMDX rechargeable speaker review: an absolute steal

Nov 23, 2015 03:24 pm

Sometimes products sound too good to be true. For that statement see this Burst HMDX rechargeable speaker, priced at a quite remarkable €14.

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