Cloud storage company Dropbox is expanding its reach across the globe with the establishment of a new office and jobs in Sydney, Australia.
Business 16.Apr.2014 06:00
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Google has updated its Gmail terms of service along with an explanation of how it reads users’ emails in order to create more focused advertising when using Google services and viewing online adverts.
Comms 15.Apr.2014 17:05
The team behind Fon, the world’s largest Wi-Fi network, have instigated a Kickstarter campaign for a new hardware device called Gramofon that streams cloud music to your soundsystem.
Digital Life 15.Apr.2014 16:55
Google has introduced a new feature that lets users insert Auto Backup photos from their smartphone into Gmail messages on the web using a new ‘Insert Photo’ button.
Digital Life 15.Apr.2014 16:23
Innovation-led Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) worth up to €22bn have been given the go-ahead by the European Parliament.
Innovation 15.Apr.2014 15:50
We’ve unboxed the new Samsung flagship smartphone and toyed around with some of its new features for your viewing pleasure. In all, our first look at the Galaxy S5 was promising and leaves us with high expectations for this device.
Digital Life 15.Apr.2014 12:58
Today in the US, Google will begin selling the Explorer edition of Glass to anyone who has US$1,500 to splurge. To chime in with this, the technology giant has introduced a number of updates and features for its distinctive digital eyewear.
Digital Life 15.Apr.2014 12:20
Google has acquired US company Titan Aerospace for an undisclosed sum despite reports that Facebook was close to a deal with the solar-powered drone-maker with the same intention: to bring internet connectivity to remote areas of the world.
Business 15.Apr.2014 11:23
Newspapers The Guardian and The Washington Post have been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for their groundbreaking coverage of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency (NSA)’s secret surveillance efforts.
Enterprise 15.Apr.2014 11:22
Two US and one European company are establishing operations in Dublin following encouraging link-ups through the ConnectIreland programme. Between them, the companies will create 48 high-quality jobs for the region.
Careers 15.Apr.2014 10:48
Business social network LinkedIn is said to be seeking larger office space to accommodate its expanding international headquarters in Dublin.
Business 15.Apr.2014 09:29
During the Iraq War in 2003, Dave Lorenzini, then a director of a struggling mapping technology firm called Keyhole, approached Walter Isaacson, then-CEO of news network CNN, about using Keyhole’s technology to help news presenters describe events on the ground in Iraq.
Business 15.Apr.2014 08:00
Ireland has a rich education-technology heritage dating back to the early years of computing. Businessman Pat McDonagh, for instance, spent most of his career in the computer-based training industry – the first steps of e-learning in the Eighties.
Start-ups 15.Apr.2014 07:00