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Irish elf and safety officer moves to Lapland seeking wonder

Dec 22, 2015 07:55 am

Bodmin Biggins III is an elf and safety officer in Santa’s Workshop, Lapland. Speaking to Siliconrepublic.com as part of the Trading Places series, Bodmin tells us about moving to Lapland, being part of making sure Christmas Eve runs smoothly, and loving hot chocolate more than nearly anything else.  

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Apple warns UK against weakening security for hundreds of millions of people

Dec 22, 2015 07:24 am

Apple has implored UK lawmakers to make changes to its Investigatory Powers Bill, as it warns it will create a back door for bad guys as well as good guys into the privacy and security of hundreds of millions of people.

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This is what Kim Kardashian West emojis look like

Dec 22, 2015 07:02 am

Kim Kardashian West has revealed her next step in a digital takeover: her own line of emojis, called Kimojis.

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Toshiba to axe 7,800 jobs as it predicts a $4.5bn loss

Dec 21, 2015 05:41 pm

Toshiba, which has been hit by a major accounting scandal, is to cut 7,800 jobs or 30pc of its workforce, and expects a loss of $4.5bn this year.

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The first-ever website is 25 years old, crazy times

Dec 21, 2015 04:15 pm

The internet has been around forever, if you are 25 years of age. For everybody else, where were you in December 1990? Because Tim Berners-Lee was hard at work creating a communications revolution.

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The great encryption debate: no end in sight

Dec 21, 2015 02:18 pm

Encryption arguments, both for and against, come and go in waves. When Apple’s CEO Tim Cook speaks on the topic, though, it’s often at a crest.

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Digital Hub’s expansion continues as 31 new companies join cluster

Dec 21, 2015 01:06 pm

The Digital Hub Dublin enterprise cluster has grown the number of resident companies to 98 with the addition of 31 new businesses this year, including Slack, Living Social and Amazing.com.

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Does Ireland have the right stuff to be a global fintech leader?

Dec 21, 2015 12:07 pm

Is the presence of global fintech giants and a vibrant fintech start-up ecosystem enough to make Ireland a global hub for fintech? PwC is endeavouring to find out.

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Disease-test breathalyser to be developed at DCU

Dec 21, 2015 11:56 am

DCU is helping develop an ammonia breathalyser to detect a range of diseases after BreathDX partnered with the college to further research in the area.

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Challenge Up IoT start-up programme open for entries

Dec 21, 2015 11:05 am

Challenge Up, the start-up programme run by Intel, Cisco and Deutsche Telekom, is open for pre-registration.

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