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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
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15 year old student gets the chance to redesign Google’s logo for a day
A 15 year old student from Donegal in Ireland has won the 2013 Doodle 4 Google competition. Her version of the Google logo will appear on google.ie tomorrow
Facebook building mobile engineering team in London
Facebook is building a new engineering team in London that will work on “key areas” like mobile and platform announced Philip Su earlier today, the new lead of engineering at Facebook’s London offices.
Smartphones, tablets and the slow decline of the PC
Consumers’ lack of interest in PCs and the growth of smartdevices mean the days of the PC are numbered, but can ultrabooks curb the trend?
Irish President urges young people to use technology to better society
Irish President, Michael D. Higgins, addressed a crowd of 300 young people in his official residence, Áras an Uachtaráin, as part of his Being Young and Irish campaign. The President encouraged young people to share their vision for Ireland’s future.
One school in Ireland keeps creating winning Doodles 4 Google
St. Munchin’s College’s Patrick Horan wins 2012′s Doodle 4 Google Ireland competition – the second win for the Limerick Secondary School.
Google to open ‘Google Docks’ in Dublin
Google is preparing to expand its operations in Dublin as it opens its new building, to be called ‘Google Docks’, says the Sunday Times.
How will the Data Protection Commissioner’s Facebook audit change the site for you?
An investigation by the Irish data protection authority into Facebook will bring major changes to the social network’s global privacy settings. Find out what those changes are here.
How an Irish audit of Facebook will bring greater privacy controls for global users
Within six months Facebook users should have access to greater controls over their personal data and be provide with more information about how their data is being used, according to recommendations by Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner which will affect users of the site across the world.