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9am News Alerts from Silicon RepublicSilicon 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 03/15/2016 edition:

Are Irish workers the happiest in the world? Nearly…

Mar 15, 2016 08:38 am

Irish workers ranked fourth in the world when it comes to workplace happiness, the top-ranked state in the EU, with Dublin leading the way.

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Voice agents like Siri and Cortana may not be helpful in medical emergencies

Mar 15, 2016 08:26 am

While they may be good at finding restaurants and dictating text message or emails, smartphone voice assistants like Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana fall short in emergency situations like depression, suicide or rape.

The post Voice agents like Siri and Cortana may not be helpful in medical emergencies appeared first on Silicon Republic.


New Ipswitch EMEA HQ in Galway to create 60 jobs

Mar 15, 2016 08:20 am

IT firm Ipswitch is opening up its EMEA HQ in Galway, with 60 jobs to be created over the next five years, representing a major chunk of its global workforce.

The post New Ipswitch EMEA HQ in Galway to create 60 jobs appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Microsoft enables cross-platform multiplay between Xbox One and PS4 players

Mar 15, 2016 07:48 am

Microsoft has just revealed that Xbox One owners can now play multiplayer games with anyone with PC or PlayStation 4. Now the ball is in Sony’s court.

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Patients: Thanks doc, but iPads are the best medicine

Mar 14, 2016 05:18 pm

It looks like tablets are better than doctors at distributing medical information to patients, a sentence I never thought I’d type.

The post Patients: Thanks doc, but iPads are the best medicine appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Ireland to conserve phone numbers to avoid €1bn bill

Mar 14, 2016 05:03 pm

Ireland is running out of phone numbers and Ireland’s telecoms regulator ComReg is to instigate a landline and mobile number conservation policy to avoid a financial cost of more than €1bn to the telecoms industry and local economy.

The post Ireland to conserve phone numbers to avoid €1bn bill appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Here’s a quick fix so you never see ‘St Patty’s Day’ again

Mar 14, 2016 04:32 pm

Irish people, and by extension our diaspora, seem to take great offence from the St Patrick’s Day celebration changing into St Patty’s Day, so, to avoid seeing the dreaded Patty online, here’s a quick fix.

The post Here’s a quick fix so you never see ‘St Patty’s Day’ again appeared first on Silicon Republic.


The need for a new data centre design standard

Mar 14, 2016 02:15 pm

With Facebook set to build a huge data centre in Meath and Apple to construct one in Galway, data centres are a major area of interest in Ireland. Here, Interxion discusses the reasons why a new design standard for data centres needs to be on the agenda.

The post The need for a new data centre design standard appeared first on Silicon Republic.


DCU develops ‘affordable’ sensor to protect against flooding

Mar 14, 2016 01:52 pm

Dublin’s drive towards smart city status continues as DCU develops a new “affordable” sensor to warn against flooding.

The post DCU develops ‘affordable’ sensor to protect against flooding appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Facebook to create 200 new jobs in Dublin – will employ 1,500 by end of 2016

Mar 14, 2016 12:01 pm

Social media giant Facebook is creating 200 new jobs at its international headquarters in Dublin. The company is introducing new R&D and business innovation centres that previously only existed at its Silicon Valley headquarters.

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