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What will make people want to work for your company? (Infographic)

Mar 30, 2016 03:54 pm

What attracted you to the job you’re in now? Money? The people? The company name?

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Most global citizens want the Dark Web to be shut down

Mar 30, 2016 03:29 pm

Seven out of 10 global citizens surveyed by a leading international think tank want to see the Dark Net – seen by many as the seedy underbelly of the internet and home to child abuse material, terrorism and illegal drugs – shut down.

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Start-up Weekend Galway eyeing up the food tech industry

Mar 30, 2016 03:28 pm

The upcoming start-up festival in Galway is focusing on food tech, in particular, with the April event set to cook up a storm.

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Tay chatbot return sparks meltdown after ‘smoking kush’

Mar 30, 2016 03:25 pm

Only a matter of days after the Tay chatbot was taken off Twitter for being taught to be racist and misogynistic, its return to the big, bad world has sparked another meltdown and virtual drug taking.

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‘The closest thing to a spider that isn’t a spider’ discovered

Mar 30, 2016 02:41 pm

Researchers have discovered a 305m-year-old fossil that predates the dinosaurs and appears to be similar to modern spiders, but not quite.

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WhatsApp boldly going where many have gone before

Mar 30, 2016 01:36 pm

WhatsApp is finally getting its formatting groove on, with the latest update adding a bit more emphasis to your whimsical chats.

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iOS links bug affects thousands of iPhone and iPad users

Mar 30, 2016 12:01 pm

iPhone and iPad users are complaining that links to web addresses are not working and are causing iPhones to crash. The fault is being blamed on the latest iOS 9.3 update after a Booking.com app broke a central links system.

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Man wakes up to £100 bill after Uber snooze

Mar 30, 2016 11:51 am

The next time you’re getting a taxi that you’ve ordered through an app after a few drinks, make sure to keep your wits about you.

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TrueNorth supercomputer will explode US nukes in virtual world

Mar 30, 2016 10:56 am

A lab in the US has acquired a brain-inspired supercomputer from IBM that will explode the US' nuclear weapons stockpile in the virtual world to determine the safety of the nation's nuclear arsenal.

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Dropbox’s global head of diversity to deliver keynote at Inspirefest

Mar 30, 2016 09:56 am

Judith Williams, global head of diversity at Dropbox, will be one of the most eagerly-anticipated speakers at Inspirefest in Dublin this summer.

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