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Facebook to hire about 100 new staff for European Headquarters this year
As Facebook looks to hire 100 new employees in 2013 it has released a video showing what it’s like to work in their European Headquarters in Dublin.
European regulators may investigate Apple for ‘antitrust’ practices
The European Commission has launched an antitrust investigation into Apple, after it received unofficial complaints that the company’s contracts for selling iPad & iPhone are uncompetitive.
Data Protection authorities warn of “alarming disregard” for users’ privacy by a number of app developers
A collection of Europe’s data protection authorities have warned users and app developers about the information smartphone & tablets leak online.
Why Google, Twitter, Facebook & others need to fill thousands job vacancies in Ireland
In Ireland , Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Symantec, Twitter, PayPal, and Intel need to fill thousands of jobs, and they’re looking over sees for applicants.
European data protection authorities “coordinating their enforcement actions” against Google
Own a smartphone or tablet? Then you’ll have to pay the TV license fee in Sweden
As other EU countries look on, smartphone and tablet users in Sweden, who don’t own a TV, will have to pay the country’s national TV license from today
After a slight miscalculation Samsung doesn’t have to pay Apple $450,514,650
Apple’s ruling of $1 billion against Samsung for patent infringement was too much, a US court found today. Samsung just has to pay $599 million to Apple.
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.
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.
National Archives publishes thousands of wills written by serving World War One soldiers online
Thousands of wills from serving World War One servicemen have gone online for the first time on the Irish National Archives’ website.
Dublin’s Web Summit team has “taken over” The Europas, Europe’s tech startup awards
The Web Summit team has “taken over” The Europas, Europe’s tech startup awards, and will host an event this coming January in Berlin.
Interview: SmartThings announced as winners of the 2012 Spark of Genius Award
“This is the big one, this is it.” SmartThings has been announced as the winner of Electric Ireland’s 2012 Spark of Genius award at the Dublin Web Summit. We interview their founder Alex Hawkinson
Hoteltonight launches last minute deal app in Ireland at #websummit
Hoteltonight, the last minute hotel deals app, officially launched in Ireland today at the Dublin Web Summit – some four months after launching in the UK and ahead of wider a expansion in Europe.