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Ireland places 4th in Forbes’ Best Countries for Business list

Jan 05, 2017 03:17 pm

Ireland appears to be making quite a name for itself abroad having been placed fourth in Forbes’ annual Best Countries for Business, behind Sweden in first place.

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How solar thermal energy allows buildings to heat themselves

Jan 05, 2017 02:45 pm

TechWatch’s Emily McDaid caught up with Christine Boyle, CEO of Senergy, to discuss solar thermal panels and the future of renewable energy.

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Apple says developers earned $20bn from the App Store in 2016

Jan 05, 2017 02:44 pm

Apple has claimed that in 2016 alone app developers earned $20bn from the App Store – that’s one-third of all revenues made by developers since the App Store launched in 2008.

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Could your CV help you get a better salary?

Jan 05, 2017 02:30 pm

You might think your salary doesn’t come into the equation until you’ve been offered a new job, but is there anything you can do to give your new employers an early indication of how much you are worth?

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Irish Research Council awarded €30m to researchers in 2016

Jan 05, 2017 01:48 pm

The Irish Research Council’s full-year figures for 2016 detail funding allocated to researchers across the country.

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Audi and Nvidia to bring AI-based driverless car to road by 2020

Jan 05, 2017 01:31 pm

Audi and Nvidia are collaborating on their own self-driving car that will have AI at its core, hitting roads in 2020.

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Kingston crams 2TB of storage into single USB thumb drive

Jan 05, 2017 12:15 pm

Solid state drive manufacturer Kingston is giving the cloud a run for its money with a new 2TB USB drive that will be capable of storing hours of 4K video.

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Apple gives in to China’s demands to pull New York Times app

Jan 05, 2017 11:15 am

The Chinese government has won its latest battle in the war against The New York Times, with news that Apple has agreed to remove the app from its China App Store as it is “in violation of local regulations”.

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How to turn around a bad job interview

Jan 05, 2017 10:00 am

Sometimes, you just know when a job interview is not going your way. But that doesn’t mean you’ve already lost the job.

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Ulster University bags €23m in EU funding for advanced research projects

Jan 05, 2017 09:53 am

Getting 2017 off to a good start, Ulster University has revealed that it has been awarded €23m in EU funding to develop three advanced research projects in the fields of life sciences and renewable energy.

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