The New Republic Manifesto
Since 2002, Siliconrepublic has embraced its mission to be Ireland’s No 1 resource for technology news. Today it is read by over 250,000 people each month (unique visitors, Google Analytics, October, 2012)
Our award-winning team of journalists have chronicled the growing technology landscape in Ireland diligently and now every week thousands of readers from Ireland and Europe, Silicon Valley and the rest of the world, come to Siliconrepublic to be informed on vital issues affecting the technology business, start-ups, academia, CIOs and IT decision makers, as well as emerging areas like innovation and discovery, green tech and the digital lifestyle.
Since 2002, technology has moved from being a niche issue for businesses and individuals to affecting the fabric of our professional and personal lives. Siliconrepublic has charted the spread of broadband to almost every business and household and the rise and rise of mobile communications. There are few businesses today that can function without technology and Siliconrepublic has been there every step of the way, chronicling this revolution.
When we began, the internet was only a PC-centric experience, Facebook didn’t exist and Google had only embarked on its commercial model. Today, we are in a world where 1 billion people are online and the next 3 billion people will be carrying mobile devices.
We believe our mission has expanded to not only serve our local and global audience with news on the shifting technology landscape, but to also provide vital services like jobs and careers, events listings, technology services directories and reports and whitepapers.
The nature of news coverage, too, has changed, to include high quality video coverage, as well as the ability to share the latest news and video reports across the web via social media.
The revolution began in 2002. Stick with Siliconrepublic as we guide you through the choppy waters of change and the incredible years ahead in what is truly the century of innovation, collaboration and communication. If it happens you will find it on Siliconrepublic, keeping you up-to-date with the fast-moving and ever changing world of technology, business, science and innovation.
Siliconrepublic voted Ireland's leading technology website six years in a row (Irish Web Awards 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013)