Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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In my last post, I gave a little bit of context to my Great Electric Drive by talking about the history of electric cars and where things are going in the future (with an Internet of Electric Vehicles). I've been driving the BMW i3 for about a month now, so I thought it was about time that I... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
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I am writing this article from Dallas in Texas, a state that I assumed would have the lowest stats with respect to electric vehicle infrastructure and potential demand because of my preconceptions of JR Ewing and crude oil production there. In fact, Texas is the state with the second highest... + continue reading
Friday, October 10, 2014
Posted by John Breslin
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It's that time of year again where we bring you our third annual list of 38 talented Irish and Ireland-based technology women, all of whom are driving the tech and/or startup scenes in Ireland, the US, and around the world. (See also our lists from 2013 and 2012.) Let's get started! Alana... + continue reading
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Posted by Tom Murphy
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Steve Blank and Eric Ries have done great work in providing engineers with a way to test their product ideas in the real world with real people. They have provided processes and systems with built in, all-important, feedback loops. They made widespread the concept of the minimum viable product... + continue reading
Friday, September 5, 2014
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In the second of a two-part report on the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, Alan Byrne gives us an overview of some more of the interesting talks he attended during the event. Safeguarding Against Cyberattacks by Dan Geer Dan Geer's keynote was both highly praised and critiqued... + continue reading

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In my last post, I gave a little bit of context to my Great Electric Drive by talking about the history of electric cars and where things are going in the future (with an Internet of Electric Vehicles). I've been driving the BMW i3 for about a month now, so I thought it was about time that I gathered together a set of the questions that I am... + continue reading
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I am writing this article from Dallas in Texas, a state that I assumed would have the lowest stats with respect to electric vehicle infrastructure and potential demand because of my preconceptions of JR Ewing and crude oil production there. In fact, Texas is the state with the second highest number of public charging points in the US (1600 of... + continue reading

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Did you want to attend the Social Fresh Conference in San Diego, called the "top social media marketing conference" in the world, but couldn't find a direct flight on Aer Lingus? You still have... + continue reading