Those who use an inaccurate watch as their excuse for poor punctuality better look out, because what is claimed to be the world’s first atomic wristwatch is aiming to make the most accurate time possible.
Digital Life 15.Apr.2014 07:45
Dublin: 20.04.2014 04.13AM
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
Limerick man and Stripe CEO Patrick Collison, who along with his brother John has built a Silicon Valley software company worth more than US$1bn, has been selected to join prestigious accelerator Y Combinator as a partner.
Start-ups 15.Apr.2014 06:50
With people from all over the world choosing Ireland as a place to live and work, we speak to those that have put down roots in the country. This time, we talk to Massimo Orsini, physical implementation engineer at Intel.
Careers 15.Apr.2014 06:22
In our employer insights series, Harry Goddard, technology partner at Deloitte, gives us an insight into what it’s like to work at the Irish arm of one of the world’s biggest professional services firms.
Careers 14.Apr.2014 17:16
With one quarter down for TripAdvisor’s Dublin engineering hub, Elaine Burke checks in with senior vice-president of engineering and operations Andy Gelfond and director of engineering for TripAdvisor Ireland Lars Holzman to find out how the new office is working and growing.
Careers 14.Apr.2014 16:52
Online retailers lost US$3.5bn in sales last year through fraud and currently there are more than 250m compromised identities and credit cards available for sale, a new infographic by Trustev claims.
Enterprise 14.Apr.2014 16:40
Tax ID numbers belonging to 900 taxpayers were stolen from the Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) systems by a hacker exploiting the Heartbleed vulnerability, the agency has confirmed.
Enterprise 14.Apr.2014 16:15
Social network Facebook is planning to launch a mobile money transfer service in Europe, as well as in developing countries.
Business 14.Apr.2014 15:14
Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has launched a crowdfunding page on its website to encourage people to make donations towards three student-created start-ups in order to get them off the ground.
Start-ups 14.Apr.2014 14:03
Ethicon Biosurgery Ireland, part of the Johnson & Johnson group, has announced a planned investment of €80m supported by IDA Ireland to build a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Limerick’s National Technology Park.
Careers 14.Apr.2014 12:14
ENERCON, one of Europe’s largest suppliers of wind-energy turbines, has opened its new European sales headquarters in Santry, Dublin, and has created 22 new jobs.
Clean Tech 14.Apr.2014 10:27
A look at gadget happenings, as a start-up uses nanotechnology to charge a smartphone in 30 seconds, a digital agency builds a selfie-snapping mirror, NASA needs more power, and Sony issues a recall on the Vaio Fit 11A.
Digital Life 14.Apr.2014 10:06
The Heartbleed bug that has only recently made it into mainstream news had been exploited by the US’ National Security Agency (NSA) for more than two years, according to sources within the NSA.
Enterprise 14.Apr.2014 09:04