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
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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.
Multinational companies looking to hire at Dublin’s Career Zoo
Some of the world’s largest technology companies will be looking for highly skilled professionals and graduates at Career Zoo, a two day jobs and skills event to be held in Dublin’s Mansion House in February.
Google & Wikipedia generated over half a million anti-SOPA, PIPA tweets in one day
Using the social search engine Topsy we examine how Google, Wikipedia, Mozilla, WordPress, Reddit, and ICanhasCheezBurger’s users tweeted awareness of the anti-SOPA, anti-PIPA campaigns
New submerged fibre optics will let us keep our heads (& businesses) in The Cloud
They might seem innocent enough but all those tweets, emails, status updates and marathon sessions of Halo are straining Britain and Ireland’s ageing internet infrastructure.
In Helsinki? Why not pop into the Angry Birds’ store?
The all conquering Angry Birds have taken another victory this week with the launch of their first real-world shop, in Helsinki.
Will Zynga IPO tomorrow with a $20 billion valuation?
Social gaming company Zynga may file for an IPO as early as tomorrow, according to a tweet from CNBC reporter Kate Kelly. Kelly states that the IPO could value Zynga at between $15 – $20 billion.
The sixth Dublin Web Summit as it happens [Live] #dws6
We’re at the sixth and largest Dublin Web summit today in the RDS, Dublin and will be live blogging the entire day’s proceedings. With a great lineup of speakers onboard and almost 1,000 of the world’s leading entrepreneurs, investors, business leaders and media organisations pledging attendance to this summer summit, it’s hard not to be inspired.