How Google Images can help you research your family history like never before
Why you can’t judge a social network by its number of users
BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
Unprecedented recruitment campaign from Twitter, Google, Facebook & others to entice tech talent to Dublin
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec, Twitter, and Intel launch a major joint recruitment campaign because they need you to work for them in Dublin.
Take a look around Google’s newest office in Dublin, Google Docks
The company that customises Google’s international offices shows off what it’s like to work for Google.
Google introduces Zavers, a relevance-based digital coupon solution
Retailers and manufacturers will receive a first-hand demonstration of Google’s new digital coupon solution – Zavers by Google – that allows them to rewards loyal customers with targeted and relevant digital coupons.
Google Shopping will begin paid-for transition this February
Google Shopping is beginning its transition to a commercial model in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Brazil, Australia, and Switzerland next month – a transition that was completed in the United States in October 2012 – meaning that, for the first time, merchants in said 10 countries must pay to have their products listed on Google Shopping.
30 new jobs at payment processing firm based in Ireland
OmniPay, a payment processing company that established itself in Ireland in 2000 has announced, with the support of IDA Ireland, that it is to create a further 30 jobs at its headquarters in Dublin over the next six months.
Twitter seeking to expand UK and Ireland sales force in 2013
Twitter is seeking to expand its sales efforts in the United Kingdom and Ireland (UKI) in 2013 as it introduces a new Sales Manager role at its international office in Dublin, Ireland.
Dropbox in the bag for Dublin as the cloud storage company announces Irish offices
Dropbox has announced that it will open its first office outside of the US in Dublin City, Ireland. Dropbox Dublin will develop the company’s multilingual marketing and sales departments.
Not all companies are comfortable using the cloud for business, employees on the other hand…
Employees, and not IT departments, are driving the adoption of cloud technologies, according to a survey by Citrix.
At $1.465 billion, this year’s Cyber Monday was a record breaking day for online sales
More money was spent online during this year’s Cyber Monday than on any other single day in history. And even more could be able to come this season.
10 tips for protecting your identity & bank account this Cyber Monday
Data protection experts Threatscape tell us how you can protect your identity and wallet when shopping online this Cyber Monday.
The UN/ITU respond to Google’s #freeandopen campaign as the EU votes to condemn changes to internet governance
The UN’s ITU has responded to Google’s #freeandopen campaign saying the it’s not trying to take over the internet. Meanwhile the EU votes to condemn changes to internet governance.
Green economy could create 10,000 jobs in Ireland by 2015
The green economy has the potential to create 10,000 extra jobs in Ireland by 2015 according to a report published today by the country’s jobs minister, Richard Bruton.
500px gains foothold in Europe with Pulpfingers acqui-hire
500px, the photo sharing platform for professionals, has acquired European startup Pulpfingers, a company that develops photo-focussed iOS apps.
.CO offering entrepreneurs more than just a domain name
The operators of the .CO domain are offering .CO users exclusive access to information & resources through their i.go.co membership program – details here
Hotspot Shield celebrates a year protecting iOS devices with impressive stats & free access
A year after launching on iOS Hotspot Shield is giving away $1 million in premium accounts to new users as it reveals some impressive stats.
Why character counts and characters count for Mirror.co & it should for your business too
The Mirror’s (mirror.co) founder, Daniel Mattio, tells us why every single detail counts for start-ups and why the smallest character can help develop a strong character.
Businesses unprepared for issues around data and security
A comprehensive study spanning 29 countries around the world has found that more than half of respondents believe their organisation does not consider privacy and protection of personal information a priority.