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Apple says iPhone 7 Plus devices sold out, only available online

Sep 15, 2016 03:44 pm

Apple has revealed that all jet black iPhones and all iPhone 7 Plus models in all colours have sold out online ahead of launch this Friday.

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Explosion in e-commerce sees Nightline near 1,000 employees

Sep 15, 2016 03:15 pm

Logistics and delivery company Nightline has announced 150 new jobs on the back of continued growth in e-commerce. A combination of Parcel Motel, Eircode and evolving demographics are behind the changing landscape, according to the company.

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Frustration with recruiters triggers start-up’s robotic response

Sep 15, 2016 03:03 pm

Fed up with the haphazard approach to hiring by tech recruiters amidst a major skills shortage, two seasoned tech executives have taken to artificial intelligence and data science to help recruiters sharpen their game.

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Blackstone LaunchPad fires up to fuel more bright, successful student entrepreneurs

Sep 15, 2016 01:55 pm

Yesterday evening, Blackstone LaunchPad launched its 2016/2017 campus-based entrepreneurship programme at NUI Galway. Claire O’Connell reports.

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As Hassle.com cleans up in 17 new UK cities, it eyes Irish expansion

Sep 15, 2016 12:53 pm

Hassle.com, the on-demand cleaning service co-founded by Irish entrepreneur Jules Coleman, has expanded to 17 cities across the UK and, according to CEO Sam James, it is coming to more cities in Ireland.

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Parrot-lizard fossil find is the ‘Holy Grail for naked dinosaurs’

Sep 15, 2016 11:24 am

A fossil of a plant-eating dinosaur in China is being described as the “Holy Grail of naked dinosaurs” by a team of researchers as it is the first to show evidence of complex 3D camouflage.

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Why is the race to decrypt getting more competitive in the EU?

Sep 15, 2016 11:14 am

In the UK, the snooper’s charter is trundling along. In Germany, a spike in funding for surveillance has been proposed. In France, calls are growing for ‘decrypt’ laws. Why?

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Meet Geec, Ireland’s first, second and soon-to-be third ultra-efficient car

Sep 15, 2016 08:46 am

Created by engineering students at NUI Galway, Geec has proven a remarkably successful Irish entrant into international efficient car competitions. Niamh Keogh is the person behind the wheel.

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Dublin good value as London named most expensive city to start up

Sep 15, 2016 08:32 am

Tech start-ups face the highest costs in London, New York and San Francisco, while emerging districts – such as Silicon Docks in Dublin, Ireland, and The Domain in Austin, Texas – offer lower start-up costs.

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Spotify might actually start making a profit soon

Sep 15, 2016 08:07 am

Spotify’s tally of paying subscribers has jumped 33pc in just six months, reaching 40m according to the company. Could streaming music actually become a profitable business model?

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