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Feast your eyes on a constellation of 21 Irish software superstars

Nov 20, 2015 08:50 am

Ireland’s software leading lights have impacted the industry, inspired the next generation, made incredible gains around the world and even taken their ideas to space.

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Which companies rank highest on global diversity ratings?

Nov 20, 2015 08:14 am

A ranking of companies’ commitment to diversity around the world has found 10 standout performers in the field, with a separate Human Rights rating lauding American companies, in particular.

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Sony brings PlayStation 2 backward compatibility to PlayStation 4 at light speed

Nov 20, 2015 07:58 am

Games from a galaxy far, far away and from a long time ago are about to reappear on the PlayStation 4 as it has emerged a new Star Wars Battlefront games bundle will include old PS2 game titles.

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Eir in talks to acquire TV broadcaster Setanta Sports

Nov 20, 2015 07:31 am

Telecoms operator Eir is understood to be in talks with Setanta Sports with a view to acquiring the Dublin-based pay TV broadcaster.

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Breaking up no longer hard to do thanks to new Facebook tools

Nov 20, 2015 07:14 am

Facebook is testing new tools it claims will improve the experience when relationships end and allow people to keep a distance from former flames.

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TIF chair Anne O’Leary warns that planning bottlenecks will hurt broadband

Nov 19, 2015 05:25 pm

The lack of a joined-up approach to planning in Ireland is one of the main reasons communities across the country are still being deprived of broadband, the new chair of the IBEC-based Telecoms and Internet Federation (TIF) and Vodafone Ireland CEO Anne O’Leary said.

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Aoife McLysaght: Post-antibiotic era will bring us back to the ‘dark ages’

Nov 19, 2015 05:06 pm

It sounds post-apocalyptic, but we appear to be on the brink of moving into the post-antibiotic era where common diseases become untreatable, with a bacteria that is resistant to all antibiotics having just been discovered.

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10 best nature photos of the year are out of this world

Nov 19, 2015 04:11 pm

The 10 best nature photos of the year, as judged by the Royal Society, have been announced, with each of them arguably being worthy of first place in their own right.

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Want to write the perfect blog post? Read these tips (infographic)

Nov 19, 2015 03:50 pm

Blogging is no longer the sole domain of wannabe journalists, fashionable folk and chronic oversharers, most businesses with an online presence now require content creators to populate their sites – often with blogs.

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Broadband, TV and smartphone bills plummet in Ireland

Nov 19, 2015 03:41 pm

The average bill paid for broadband, TV and smartphone use in Ireland is considerably down on 2013, with both bundled and non-bundled packages seeing drops of varying amounts, according to a new report.

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