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Watch: Dwarf planet Ceres flyby

Feb 01, 2016 08:38 am

Dawn’s mission to study dwarf planet Ceres has proved so emphatic thus far that NASA has created a very detailed animation of the crater-filled surface.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 reveal on the way

Feb 01, 2016 07:54 am

Samsung has announced the date for its next ‘Unpacked’ event, with “The Next Galaxy” set for 21 February, just before Mobile World Congress.

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Internet of things to increase stakes for defending against cyber attacks

Feb 01, 2016 07:50 am

The internet of things is expected to increase the stakes for securing cloud-based networks as the number of internet-connected devices continues to surge to greater than 30 billion by 2020, according to the Pricewaterhouse Cooper State of Information Security 2016 report.

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Almost one-third of Ireland’s workforce is working in science and tech roles

Feb 01, 2016 07:29 am

Ireland has seen a rapid surge in the number of people now working in science and tech roles with the proportion of the population now in these roles standing at 29pc, according to research.

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Start-up of the week: Howling Hamster

Feb 01, 2016 06:50 am

Our start-up of the week is Howling Hamster, a small and independent game studio located in Galway whose first release Goldbeard’s Quest has just launched on the Google Play store.

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The west’s awake as Mayo software company CBE creates 40 new jobs

Jan 30, 2016 02:18 pm

Claremorris-headquartered retail tech firm CBE Software is to create 40 new jobs in an R&D-led expansion that will see the company’s workforce expand to 150 people by the end of 2017.

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The evolution of video game graphics from the 1950s to today (video)

Jan 30, 2016 11:07 am

It may seem like video games have been always with us, and for most of us they have. Observe the evolution of video games graphics from 1950s Berlin to the big screen TV of the 2016 home.

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It turns out there’s way more water on Pluto than we thought

Jan 29, 2016 02:40 pm

Just when we thought that we were going to struggle to find evidence of water on Pluto, new scans of the dwarf planet reveal that the initial small find is actually just a drop in the ocean.

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London’s first driverless cars to hit city streets this summer

Jan 29, 2016 01:56 pm

The first driverless cars approved for London will hit the city’s streets this summer after the consortium behind the GATEway Project (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) was selected to test driverless vehicles in the UK capital.

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Digitally disrupt or die: half of Irish firms stare oblivion in the eye

Jan 29, 2016 01:07 pm

Digital disruption is happening all over the world and despite being savvy with new technologies more than half of Ireland’s businesses are under threat of imminent and major disruption that could finish their businesses.

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