Siliconrepublic wins ‘best technology site’ three years in a row

18 Oct 2010

It’s a hat trick as Siliconrepublic picked up the ‘Best Technology Website’ award for the third year running at the Irish Web Awards 2010 this weekend.

The site began publishing technology news from Ireland to the web in October 2002.

Compiled by award-winning technology journalists, this site provides consistent and insightful coverage of the nation’s knowledge economy. The site, alongside sister titles Digital Ireland, E-Thursdsay and E-Monday, provides an unparalleled overview of the evolving Irish and international technology landscape.

Siliconrepublic editor John Kennedy accepted the award at a packed Mansion House on Saturday night and paid tribute to everyone who worked on the site over the past eight years and dedicated the award to the site’s first sub-editor Linda Gillett who sadly passed away during the summer after a two year battle with cancer.

More than 120 judges dedicated time and effort to judging some 500 websites that were nominated.

The winners are as follows:

Best Online Publication:

Best Web Only Publication:

Best Radio Website:

Best Independent Podcaster:

Best Videocaster:

Best Sports Site:

Best Music Site:   

Best Entertainment Website:    

Best Arts Website:

Best Technology Site:                     

Best New Web Application/Service:

Most Innovative Website:

Best Mobile Application:

Grace Autism App


Best Social Media Campaign:           


Best Facebook Page for a Business or Organisation:


Best (Guerilla) Social Media Campaign:

Call for a General Election

Best Discussion forum:  

Best Microsite:    

Best Government and Council Website:

Best Education and Third Level Website:

An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fearr:

Best eCommerce / Services Website:

Best SME/Small Business Website:

Best Practice:

Most Beautiful Website in Ireland:

Most Useful Website in Ireland:

Most Accessible Website:

National Learning Network

Grand Prix: