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Amazing 3D-printed magnets ‘outperform’ traditional types

Nov 02, 2016 03:21 pm

Researchers in the US have successfully demonstrated 3D printed permanent magnets that outperform bonded rivals – conserving critical materials is an added bonus.

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Security giant Sophos buys Cork analytics start-up Barricade

Nov 02, 2016 02:18 pm

In great news for Cork infosec giant Sophos Cloud has acquired David Coallier’s Barricade for an undisclosed sum to bring real-time analytics to the war against cybercrime.

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How many selfies do you take before landing on the perfect one?

Nov 02, 2016 02:04 pm

We take too many selfies, peer over too many shoulders and are adamant that browser histories should always be deleted. Ireland on mobile, revealed.

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UCD medtech spin-out Kinesis raises €590,000 to fuel global sales

Nov 02, 2016 01:30 pm

Kinesis Health Technologies, the creator of devices that prevent falls in older people, has raised €590,000 to expand global sales.

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Reefer delight: How Maersk Line uses IoT on the open seas

Nov 02, 2016 12:49 pm

Ahead of her keynote at IoT World in Dublin later this November, Maersk Line’s Catja Hjorth Rasmussen talks about how the company uses IoT to keep things cool on the open seas.

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The sights, sounds and start-ups at Uprise Festival Dublin

Nov 02, 2016 12:45 pm

Over 80 curated start-ups and 1,300 attendees mingled at Dublin’s amazing introduction to Uprise in recent weeks. Check out our video interviews from the event.

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Mary Mulvihill science journalism award now open for entries

Nov 02, 2016 11:56 am

Applications are now open for the first Mary Mulvihill Memorial Award, which commemorates the work and legacy of the journalist, author and Ingenious Ireland founder.

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Want a career in software? These are the most important skills

Nov 02, 2016 11:50 am

JavaScript is the most popular skill for the IT sector, according to Stack Overflow, featuring in almost 30pc of jobs in IT and software development.

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Many companies are sleepwalking into a cybersecurity nightmare

Nov 02, 2016 10:57 am

A new report shows there is certainly no confidence crisis with your average company security executive when it comes to preventing cyberattacks, despite recent worrying trends.

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You can now buy a Tesla Model S and X in Ireland

Nov 02, 2016 09:51 am

The day has finally arrived for Irish electric vehicle fans to pick up a Tesla in Ireland, as Elon Musk’s company reveals prices and how you can arrange a test drive.

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