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Guest Column: How banks can avoid a Kodak moment

Oct 22, 2015 11:55 am

Author of Bye Bye Banks?, a book on banking disruption, James Haycock gives us his thoughts on how traditional banks can tackle the modern era.

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Tatsuya Tanaka’s Miniature Calendar makes every day a tiny delight

Oct 22, 2015 11:38 am

Visit Miniature Calendar for a daily dose of life on a small scale from Tatsuya Tanaka.

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140 science jobs in Dublin as Grifols invests €90m in new facility

Oct 22, 2015 11:34 am

Grifols is investing around €90m in a new operations facility in Dublin, bringing 140 jobs to the region. The facility, situated in Grange Castle Business Park, will ‘come on stream’ in a few months.

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Dublin ranks 8th in European Digital City Index

Oct 22, 2015 11:26 am

A new European Digital City Index compiled by the Nesta foundation has ranked Dublin eighth out of 35 European cities which are considered attractive cities to establish a start-up, with London ranked number one.

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Already 100m Google Photos users, so what do we know?

Oct 22, 2015 10:55 am

Since Google opened up Photos back in May, allowing people to back up unlimited hi-res images and video, for free, 100m people have started using the service. Since then, a lot of food, cars and dogs have been showcased.

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Scientists shell-shocked after finding new tortoise species on Galapagos Islands

Oct 22, 2015 10:01 am

A new species of giant tortoise has been discovered on the biological wonder that is the Galapagos Islands.

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Apple upgrades: iOS 9.1 released with more emojis than ever

Oct 22, 2015 09:36 am

Apple’s latest suite of OS upgrades have just been released. Desktop and watches have gotten improvements but mobile users are the real winners, with iOS 9.1 offering people what they have always craved, yet more emojis.

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Hostelworld ad banned by UK’s Advertising Standards Authority

Oct 22, 2015 08:56 am

A TV and cinema ad by Irish web company Hostelworld has been banned by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority for allegedly depicting tombstoning, the dangerous practice of jumping into water from cliffs.

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EBay’s first post-PayPal financials above average, which is good

Oct 22, 2015 08:42 am

EBay posted Q3 profit and good sales, with rising numbers of active buyers all adding up to an encouraging first set of financials since the company split from PayPal.

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Twitter extends olive branch to developers: new SDKs and bridge building

Oct 22, 2015 08:17 am

Twitter yesterday used the occasion of its Flight developer conference to rebuild bridges that were burned several years ago when the company entered hyper-growth mode by revealing a slew of new software development kits (SDKs) for developers.

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