Friday, August 29, 2014
Posted by Alan Byrne
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Image from Wikimedia Commons. This month saw the Black Hat security conference return to Las Vegas for its 17th instalment. Alan Byrne was on hand to give us an overview of some of the most interesting talks he attended during the two-day event. Part one of his report is below. Nest, a... + continue reading
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Posted by John Breslin
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Image inspired by Peter Finch in Network. There have been a number of things about Facebook's treatment of its users that have irked me over the years, from its cavalier attitude towards privacy to its attempts to "use your name, likeness and image for any purpose, including commercial or... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Posted by Seamus Grimes
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China is moving from an export processing model, in which foreign companies have played a key role in the past 30 years or so, particularly in the high technology areas, to a new growth model more focused on domestic consumption. However, despite the significant growth in the numbers of patents... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Posted by John Breslin
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Galway Tech Map. Click here for a larger 1280x720 version. Background is from OpenStreetMap and some logos are from Wikipedia. Barry O’Sullivan, CEO of Altocloud and investor on RTÉ’s Dragon’s Den, remarked to me recently that if Dublin is becoming the new Silicon Valley of Ireland and Europe... + continue reading
Friday, April 25, 2014
Posted by John Breslin
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All photos by Julia de Boer for The Next Web. Pocket Anatomy has won the "Boost" startup competition at The Next Web (TNW) Conference in Amsterdam. The event is one of Europe’s top tech gatherings and was attended by over 2,500 influential web, technology and business leaders from all over the... + continue reading

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Image from Wikimedia Commons. This month saw the Black Hat security conference return to Las Vegas for its 17th instalment. Alan Byrne was on hand to give us an overview of some of the most interesting talks he attended during the two-day event. Part one of his report is below. Nest, a Smart Spy in Your Home The Nest is a smart... + continue reading
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