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Dublin fintech start-up raises €150m as student loan market soars

Apr 01, 2016 03:55 pm

Future Finance, a start-up based in Dublin, has become quite the prize catch in the fintech world it seems as another €150m has been raised by the student loan specialist.

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Huge numbers of kids competing in €20,000 maths challenge

Apr 01, 2016 02:24 pm

LearnStorm Ireland, the island-wide maths challenge for schoolkids from 4th class to 5th year, is underway.

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Hi guys! Check out this mega haul of 19 Irish vloggers to watch

Apr 01, 2016 01:35 pm

From video-game playthroughs to beauty tips to lifelogging to comic relief to dissecting a day’s worth of shopping, Ireland’s vlogging talent is prolific on all platforms.

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Apple at 40: A rollercoaster of innovation

Apr 01, 2016 12:22 pm

Apple turned 40 today (1 April), allowing us to look back over four decades of innovation that brought the company to the very top of the tech world.

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Reddit ‘warrant canary’ disappearance sparks surveillance fears

Apr 01, 2016 11:31 am

Reddit has quietly killed its ‘warrant canary’ included in its latest transparency report, sparking fears from users that the ‘front page of the internet’ has been compromised by surveillance from the US government.

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Here’s the centre of our galaxy in all its glory

Apr 01, 2016 10:40 am

NASA’s hardworking Hubble Telescope has produced an image of the very centre of the Milky Way, packed with millions of stars squashed together in a relatively small space.

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The five-minute CIO: Barry Minnock, Musgrave Group

Apr 01, 2016 10:20 am

“The key is for technology to be closely aligned with and proactively influence business strategy,” said Barry Minnock, IT director for Musgrave Wholesale Partners.

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Toshiba recalls huge number of ‘fire hazard’ laptop batteries

Apr 01, 2016 08:39 am

Just days after it announced plans to leave the consumer laptop market, Toshiba has moved to recall hundreds of thousands of faulty batteries sold over the past five years.

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Tesla Model 3 plans revealed, but it’s not coming anytime soon

Apr 01, 2016 07:55 am

For Christmas 2017, why not ask Santa for an electric car? Because Tesla has finally announced moves to enter the broad, affordable car market.

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Irish Govt not budging from original National Broadband plan route

Apr 01, 2016 07:32 am

The Department of Communications said last night that the intervention area in the National Broadband Plan remains at 750,000 premises, despite Eir’s plans to connect 300,000 homes to 1Gbps broadband.

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