Ten nuggets of knowledge to take away for the weekend, including: Apple’s Swift goes open source; LinkedIn catfish scam; and the game-changing gadget of 2015.
Ten cities were considered for Sage’s 300-job European customer business centre but there was only one clear winner, Dublin, said the chief marketing officer of Sage, Santiago Solanas.
BT Ireland will continue to sponsor the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition for the next three years, the telecoms giant has confirmed.
For most, Christmas is an opportunity to spend a few days with family, live in pyjamas, binge on everything from turkey to cake to Netflix and, about a week later, begin to regret all of your spending decisions – but it’s also a time to read some books.
“Ours is a global mandate,” says Mariano Belinky, head of Santander InnoVentures, Santander Bank’s $100m investment fund for fintech, and the man responsible for scouring the planet to invest in the future of finance.
Kickstarter continually throws up some truly bizarre projects that seek anything from €100 to pretty much any figure you can think of. This week we’ve found three such oddities.
LinkedIn’s five-year anniversary at its Dublin base sees the social networking site closing in on the magic 1,000 employees figure, with 100 new roles to be filled at the company.
Each year, we wade our way through a sea of the same gadgets that are often cool to look at, but rarely make a long-term impact, but this year there was one gadget we felt rose above the rest.
After almost a decade of unstoppable growth, the global smartphone market will finally slow to single digit growth in 2015, analysts have warned.
It seems even LinkedIn can’t escape the armies of spammers that exist online, with hundreds of fake accounts being created on a daily basis.
Apple has revealed that its Swift programming language is now open source, allowing a whole new generation of coders at all levels to built exciting apps.
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