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Blink twice and you might miss the 2017 Quadrantids meteor shower

Jan 03, 2017 03:56 pm

Getting 2017 off to a cosmic start, the Quadrantids meteor shower will fill the night sky for just a matter of hours in the early hours of 4 January.

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Here are 7 New Year career resolutions you can actually stick to

Jan 03, 2017 03:50 pm

Happy New Year! Have you made any New Year resolutions yet? Make 2017 the year of your career with seven resolutions from Hays Recruitment you will actually be able to stick to.

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Ransomware cash demands set to rise in 2017

Jan 03, 2017 03:16 pm

The silence of organisations that have been victims of ransomware attacks will lead to amounts demanded by hackers increasing substantially in 2017.

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Fallout 4 fan spots peculiar stock footage in a CNN Russian hack story

Jan 03, 2017 02:21 pm

Fans of the hit post-apocalyptic video game Fallout 4 noticed something all too familiar during a CNN report on the extent of the alleged hacking undertaken by Russia during the US elections.

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IDA: Overseas companies employ nearly 200,000 people in Ireland

Jan 03, 2017 12:22 pm

IDA Ireland has released its end-of-year report for 2016, and with it, the news that Ireland has just below 200,000 people employed by client overseas companies – the highest level on record.

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Do hipsters respond better to anti-tech design?

Jan 03, 2017 12:00 pm

In the midst of VR and wearable tech, certain brands are looking for the perfect blend of old and new. Emily McDaid talks to the founder of handcrafted design and letterpress company, Bill & Coo Paper Co, about the rising trend of ‘in with the old’.

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How to work from home effectively

Jan 03, 2017 11:50 am

Whether you’re clocking some work hours from the comfort of your own home, switching half your office time to your house or planning to work remotely full-time this year, you’ll need to stay productive.

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State of the Irish broadband nation 2017: Let’s declare broadband access a human right

Jan 03, 2017 11:00 am

Ireland has a chance with the National Broadband Plan to make a clarion call by declaring broadband access a human right in 2017, suggests John Kennedy.

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In India, the Internet of Birds is starting to take off

Jan 03, 2017 10:47 am

With help from Accenture, anyone in India can now contribute to ornithology with the development of a new AI platform called Internet of Birds, which aims to quickly identify species of birds from photos using machine learning.

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Bitcoin now over $1,000 amid global currency instability

Jan 03, 2017 09:49 am

The decentralised cryptocurrency bitcoin is now over the $1,000 mark for the first time in three years, as major global currencies undergo major dips in the beginning of 2017.

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