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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 09/16/2016 edition:

Ireland: A base for 14 of the world’s fastest-growing cloud companies

Sep 16, 2016 08:49 am

We all know cloud is commonplace in Ireland, but a recent PwC report revealed just how much of this global industry is rooted on our shores.

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EU sets out plans for free pubic Wi-Fi and 5G minimum by 2020

Sep 16, 2016 08:03 am

The EU is looking for a complete overhaul of the union’s telecoms rules that include setting a minimum requirement of 100Mbps in every household and a 5G minimum connectivity of urban centres by 2025.

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Samsung feels the burn as US regulator orders recall of 1m Note 7 devices

Sep 16, 2016 07:58 am

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has formally ordered the recall of 1m Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage in the US.

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Apple pays $118m tax in Japan on earnings sent to Ireland

Sep 16, 2016 07:31 am

Local authorities in Japan have ordered Apple to pay 12 billion yen ($118m) in taxes for allegedly underreporting earnings that were sent to a business unit in Ireland.

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Look west to discover who or what will ‘Cong-quer’ the future

Sep 15, 2016 05:45 pm

We can reliably predict that futurologists, archaeologists and technologists will descend on the Mayo village of Cong in November to figure out the future of a range of industries.

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Disruptive robotic tidal wave will eliminate 6pc of jobs in US by 2021

Sep 15, 2016 05:10 pm

A new report looking at where AI technology is progressing in the workplace is leaving some fearful for their future careers.

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Ireland wants to have the best education system in Europe by 2026

Sep 15, 2016 05:04 pm

The Irish Government has revealed an ambitious action plan that includes bringing coding to primary schools and computer science to the Leaving Cert, aiming to make the Irish education and training service the best in Europe by 2026.

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Apple says iPhone 7 Plus devices won’t be available in shops Friday

Sep 15, 2016 03:44 pm

Apple has revealed that all jet black iPhone 7 handsets and iPhone 7 Plus models in all colours are 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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