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Built in Scotland – ‘World’s Most Powerful’ Floating Tidal Turbine

Work has started in Scotland to build what is described as the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine. Companies based in Orkney, Dundee, Cupar and Motherwell are involved in the…

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Technology

Japanese Government Approves Controversial Plans To Study Human-Animal Hybrids

The Japanese government has approved research into human-animal embryos for the very first time. This does not mean we can expect to see real-life centaurs, mermaids, and satyrs in the…

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Technology

E-Scooters and Their Contested Future in Dublin

If you step out onto Dublin’s streets at any point of the day, you will likely see packs of bikers passing by as they travel to work, school, the shops,…

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Technology

Amazon Have Announced They Are Set To Invest In Donegal Wind Farm

It has been announced recently that Amazon Web Services are to invest in a new wind farm that is to be located in County Donegal. The company has announced three…

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Lifestyle

Gardai Leading Fight Back Against Online Bullying With New Dedicated Unit

Gardai have recently revealed they are determined to tackle online bullying with a new dedicated unit. As part of this they have released a new guideline advising parents of measures…

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Technology

Gardaí Warning the Public About a New Broadband Phone Scam

Gardaí are warning the public to be vigilant against a new phone scam in which fraudsters claim to be calling from utility companies on the suggesting to the people that there…

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Technology

Combating Social Isolation For Older Citizens Of Limerick

As part of a new programme to reduce incidents of social isolation and open up a new world of communication, over 30 older citizens from across County Limerick have been…

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Technology

Some Excellent Podcasts for the New Year

Our lists of recommended podcasts have proved exceedingly popular; hardly surprising given that podcasts are very much in vogue these days. An increase in digital media consumption and the genre’s…

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Technology

If Your Password’s On This List Then You Should Change It Right Now

Back in October 2018, the world stared dumbfounded (for a few reasons) as we saw Kanye West in the Oval Office alongside President Trump and typed in his phone password…

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Technology

Virgin Galactic aims to reach space with tourism rocket

Entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic says its latest test flight, due later on Thursday, could see it reach space for the first time. The company said the fourth flight…

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Technology

Voyager 2 Has Just Entered Interstellar Space

Going, going, gone. After a momentous 41-year journey, Voyager 2 has fulfilled its fate to leave the heliosphere and become the second interstellar spacecraft after Voyager 1, NASA has just…

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Technology

Rudy Giuliani accuses Twitter of bias for hyperlinking text

Last week, Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump’s lawyers, tweeted an attack on Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation, accusing the special counsel of timing his filing just as the president…

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Education

Young Drivers Experience Serious Road Accidents

Cork County Council has launched a new road safety awareness programme called ‘Your Life – Your Choice’, using Virtual Reality (VR) Technology to stimulate a serious road accident. The programme…

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Finance

Adapting and Transforming Business Models & Operations

KPMG and Google have partnered to offer cost effective tools that allow Irish businesses to improve customer experience and comply with GDPR through transformative business and operating models. This new…

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Technology

The Future of Transportation

Dublin’s first driverless bus took the streets on Saturday, taking off from Dublin’s docklands. The EZ10 is a bi-directional driverless shuttle that detects and avoids potential obstacles using a full…

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Features

IKEA Meets Self-Driving Cars

The company once known solely for its innovative flat-pack furniture is transforming itself in line with the tech-society we live in today. Having acquired the ‘gig-economy platform’ TaskRabbit – the…

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Features

Google Helping You Travel

Google Maps This app is undoubtedly one of my most used apps when travelling. Dowloading it means you never have to worry about getting lost while wandering the new and…

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Features

Should we trust online news?

According to the Pew Research Center, Washington, 57% of Americans say they don’t expert the news they get from social media to be accurate; despite two thirds of U.S. adults…

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Education

A Huge Lake Of Liquid Water Has Been Found On Mars

For decades we have searched for water on Mars, and we’ve found very little, either in the form of trickles on the surface or frozen as ice. But an incredible…

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Technology

12 Books Elon Musk Thinks Everyone Should Read

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, Tesla, and other larger-than-life tech companies, somehow also seems to find time to read. Musk has said that reading a variety of books —…

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Irish News

More than 100 Garda stations in Ireland have no internet access

A large quantity of Garda stations in Ireland are in need of an internet connection, according to Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan, TD. Ireland’s digital divide presents an array of negative…

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Health

Wearable Sensors Can Provide Real Time Health Data

New optical sensors designed by scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) will allow both doctors and patients to view a person’s health in real time. The sensors, which are…

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Technology

World’s “First Psychopath AI” Called Norman

The world’s “first psychopath AI” has been called Norman after the character of Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960’s film “Psycho”. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) created Norman…

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Health

New Two-Year Study To Investigate Cause Of Running Related Injuries

News has emerged that Dublin City University (DCU) will be leading the largest study of recreational and novice runners undertaken in Europe in a bid to investigate the cause of running…

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