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API and PSD2: The acronyms that are revolutionising fintech

Apr 21, 2016 03:22 pm

What is the future of payments within the evolving world of fintech? At the recent Fintech Nation event in Dublin, a lot was said on two particular acronyms, API and PSD2, which will play a crucial role in the years to come.

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Irishman aims to build global digital retail empire from Amsterdam

Apr 21, 2016 02:26 pm

In just 18 months, Irishman John Staunton has deployed his Countr “POS in a box” technology to 3,100 customers in 116 countries worldwide.

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Former doctors head to San Francisco to win big with photo-tagging app

Apr 21, 2016 02:17 pm

Although they trained in medicine, Rene van Troost and Taimaz Kianersi have found a cure for the chore of tagging people in photos with an app that intelligently recognises people and automatically tags them called Capture Camera.

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Poopy Cat is a masterclass in box clever product design

Apr 21, 2016 01:44 pm

While Poopycat.com appears a novel product for cat lovers, the start-up is is actually a master class in clever industrial design, manufacturing and managing a sophisticated global supply chain.

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6 women we would love to see on dollar bills

Apr 21, 2016 01:08 pm

The US Department of the Treasury yesterday (20 April) unveiled three new-look dollar bills, featuring women for the first time since Martha Washington was depicted briefly on the $1 silver certificate in the late 19th century.

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Irish researchers crack formula to make surfaces superbug-proof

Apr 21, 2016 12:47 pm

A team of researchers led by Prof Suresh C. Pillai from IT Sligo has said it has developed a unique formula that could be applied to a whole range of surfaces to prevent the spread of deadly superbugs like MRSA and E. coli.

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US Air Force breaks maglev world record speed at 1,019kmph

Apr 21, 2016 11:45 am

A magnetic levitation (maglev) sled designed by the US Air Force has fired its way into the history books by breaking the current world land-speed record for a maglev craft, at a blistering speed of 1,019kmph (633mph).

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Doom’s John Romero teases new game in Connemara trailer

Apr 21, 2016 09:34 am

What is John Romero up to? The game designer behind Doom, Quake and Wolfenstein 3D has released a teaser video from the hills of Connemara that suggests a new game is heading our way soon.

The post Doom’s John Romero teases new game in Connemara trailer appeared first on Silicon Republic.


How does an actuary’s day add up?

Apr 21, 2016 08:50 am

There are roles within the tech industry that can seem incomprehensible to outside observers. Few are more elusive than those in fintech. Paul McCarron, Pramerica, offers us a glimpse of a day in the life of a VP and actuary working at a fintech company.

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Microsoft says ‘thanks for the memories’ as it kills Xbox 360

Apr 21, 2016 08:41 am

Having been on the market for more than a decade, Microsoft has now officially laid the Xbox 360 to rest, with an announcement that it will no longer manufacture the gaming console.

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