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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 12/02/2015 09:00

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 12/02/2015 edition:

10 powerful leaders answering the call for growth in Irish comms

Dec 02, 2015 08:50 am

Though a small country, Ireland’s comms infrastructure has not yet met its population’s needs. But with 10 leaders in the industry training their focus on growth, the state of Irish networks appear to be in good hands.

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Watch: Microsoft and Apple have Christmas armistice in New York

Dec 02, 2015 08:34 am

On the battlefields of New York City, the lumbering ancient empire of Microsoft laid down its smartphones and trudged across the muddied land to greet the booming empire of Apple to lay down their arms and sing carols.

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Sure, fairy lights can slow your Wi-Fi, but humans are also pretty bad

Dec 02, 2015 07:50 am

If you’re finding it hard to stream It’s A Wonderful Life this Christmas, it might be down to the twinkling fairy lights on your Christmas tree, or else one of a myriad of different things.

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Ryanair is suing Google and website eDreams over misleading ads

Dec 02, 2015 07:42 am

Over a year ago Europe-wide airline Ryanair and Google were best buddies, embarking on a journey to transform travel. Now Ryanair is taking the internet giant as well as online ticket agent eDreams to the High Court.

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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan pledge 99pc of their wealth to charity

Dec 02, 2015 07:05 am

In a letter to their new-born daughter Max, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla have pledged 99pc of their Facebook shares – currently worth approximately $45bn – to charity during their lifetime.

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MEPs to be European ambassadors for CoderDojo

Dec 01, 2015 05:45 pm

To boost the uptake of coding among the children of Europe a number of MEPs have created an informal grouping to act as ambassadors for CoderDojo, the coding movement created in Cork four years ago.

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Wikipedia now has an AI enforcer to filter through joke entries

Dec 01, 2015 05:30 pm

With so many entries made daily on Wikipedia and so much time needed to edit out the joke entries, the Wikimedia Foundation that runs it has decided that it needed to build its own AI to filter it out.

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Mystery of how life evolved in oceans has been solved

Dec 01, 2015 04:13 pm

A missing link between the evolution of our planet, its formation of water and how life evolved in it has, after decades of mystery, been solved, and it’s all down to one very, very small microbe.

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$300m New York-Dublin-London fibre cable is the splice of life

Dec 01, 2015 03:47 pm

A $300m fibre cable capable of carrying one-third of the world’s voice traffic and all of Europe and the US' data traffic connecting New York and London via Mayo has been spliced together somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic.

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Sony Xperia Z5 Compact review: shaken and stirred by the ‘Bond’ phone

Dec 01, 2015 03:14 pm

If the Sony Xperia Z5 is good enough for James Bond then it was good enough for me as I brushed down the old tuxedo and fired up the Aston Martin to hit the casino for roulette and a few dry martinis.

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