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Phorest’s Ronan Perceval: ‘Start-ups should be under less pressure to sell’

Nov 16, 2016 04:00 pm

Phorest co-founder Ronan Percival was part of an entrepreneurial revolution at Trinity College Dublin in the early 2000s that yielded a number of successful Irish-born tech brands that are still around today.

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Andy Caddy: IoT should start with a map of the customer journey

Nov 16, 2016 03:40 pm

Andy Caddy is group CIO at Virgin Active. Ahead of his upcoming keynote panel at IoT World in Dublin, he spoke to Jeremy Coward about wearables, voice control and the future of IoT.

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7 of the coolest science jobs in the world

Nov 16, 2016 03:00 pm

There’s a whole world of careers that you can pursue with your science degree. You could be a forensic anthropologist or a biochemist or a marine biologist. Not cool enough?

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MetLife to open new global tech campus in Galway creating 200 jobs

Nov 16, 2016 03:00 pm

Insurance giant MetLife has announced plans to expand its Irish operation with the opening of a new global technology campus in Galway creating 200 jobs in the process.

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Research into mathematics of coffee finds answer to perfect brew

Nov 16, 2016 12:52 pm

New research into the surprisingly complicated world of the mathematics of coffee has led to an Irish-led team of scientists coming across what should make the perfect brew.

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‘Version 1 provided a clear training path for me,’ says graduate

Nov 16, 2016 12:50 pm

Mark Kelly had never worked in the IT sector before coming to Version 1. The graduate programme’s focus on training is what drew him to the company after his studies.

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Ireland’s IoT offering: ‘Small enough to trial, large enough to prove’

Nov 16, 2016 11:39 am

How is Ireland positioned as global industries pour fortunes into the internet of things? According to Leo Clancy, head of technology at IDA Ireland, it’s doing pretty well.

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Intel reveals how it plans to spend $250m on autonomous driving tech

Nov 16, 2016 11:06 am

As part of its latest plans to advance the technology behind future autonomous vehicles, Intel has announced a $250m fund to be spread over the next two years.

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Virgin Media’s €10m purchase of UTV Ireland receives approval

Nov 16, 2016 10:30 am

Four months after revealing its €10m pursuit of UTV Ireland, cable broadband and TV player Virgin Media has received regulatory approval for the deal.

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Yet another Samsung phone has exploded, and it isn’t the Note7

Nov 16, 2016 10:09 am

Just when Samsung thought the saga surrounding the combustible Galaxy Note7 might be over, news has come through that yet another phone has exploded, a totally different one this time.

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