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Getting a VPN: Why, how and which one?

Oct 31, 2016 11:50 am

The pursuit of anonymity on the internet is an endless one that can only result in tears, though a reduced online presence is certainly something worth targeting. For that, VPNs are your answer.

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MHC Tech Law: How will Brexit affect my IT contracts?

Oct 31, 2016 11:00 am

With the UK set to start the process to leave the EU by March 2017, there is a huge amount of uncertainty. The Mason Hayes & Curran Technology team have broken down what Brexit means for businesses in terms of their IT and commercial contracts.

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Start-up of the week: Trawlur

Oct 31, 2016 06:45 am

Our start-up of the week is Trawlur, which makes it easy for used car retailers to sell their cars to consumers from forecourt to front door.

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Irishman’s $2bn agritech giant brings global accelerator to Dogpatch Labs

Oct 30, 2016 09:05 am

Dr Pearse Lyons, founder of Kentucky health and nutrition giant Alltech Inc, is the driving force behind a new accelerator at Dogpatch Labs in Dublin that will discover and guide 10 leading agritech start-ups from around the world.

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Interactive map shows over 35,000 fishing vessels at work on the world’s oceans

Oct 29, 2016 11:45 am

The surface of the earth is over 71pc ocean, and yet we know so little about what goes on at sea. This interactive map shows you how industrious our oceans really are.

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Weekend takeaway: Crunching the data

Oct 28, 2016 06:10 pm

From the leading lights of data science to the new MacBook Pro, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.

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For mental health research, ignorance is not bliss

Oct 28, 2016 05:22 pm

Prof Jim Lucey, medical director at St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services, tells us about his research and why it is so necessary for mental healthcare today.

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TSSG’s Barry Downes: ‘Our computer sciences need to embrace VR and AR’

Oct 28, 2016 05:05 pm

Ireland’s academic landscape need to embrace augmented and virtual reality to meet the future needs of entrepreneurs and industry, according to Barry Downes of TSSG.

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How do you save the home of coding? Social media, of course

Oct 28, 2016 04:39 pm

At Inspirefest 2016, Dr Sue Black, author of Saving Bletchley Park, spoke of her mission to ensure the home of coding wouldn’t vanish from existence. Relentless activism, Twitter and a dollop of fortune meant her efforts were rewarded.

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The Big Upgrade: How to make Three plus O2 equal one network

Oct 28, 2016 04:37 pm

Three Ireland CTO David Hennessy explains how a network merger turned into The Big Upgrade project.

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