Former Computerology intern highlights experience in new blog post

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As the “Silicon Valley of Europe,” Dublin is a standout city among U.S. employers when it comes to internship experience. Former Computerology intern Nelly Wilson noted this in an article she wrote for the University of Florida’s College of Business blog. As a technical support engineering intern at Computerology, she evaluated the company’s digital strategy […]

#TechTuesday – This Week’s Tech News

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In this week’s #TechTuesday we’re looking at ATMs being hacked, how Strava has revealed military bases and the Google HTC deal. Just in time for your lunch time read! ATM Hackers The occurrence of ‘jackpotting’ has been rising worldwide over the last few years. Jackpotting is where cybercriminals hack ATMs, forcing them to give out […]

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#TechTuesday – Weekly Tech News

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What’s happening in the world of tech this week? Find out in this week’s #TechTuesday! Facebook to pay for news? Rupert Murdoch has called on Facebook to pay publishers for their content, “If Facebook wants to recognise ‘trusted’ publishers then it should pay those publishers a carriage fee similar to the model adopted by cable […]

#TechTuesday – Bite-Sized Tech News

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What’s happening in the tech world this week… Bite-sized tech news just in time for lunch! #TechTuesday. The Hold App Nordic app ‘Hold’ is hoping to combat smartphone addiction among students. The app rewards students for not using their phones on university campus. The app will time how long you refrain from using your phone and in […]

#TechTuesday – Bite-Sized Tech News

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It’s back! #TechTuesday bringing you tech news from this week… Investigations into Apple planned obsolescence, Intel flaws and more! Apple French authorities are investigating whether the US tech giant, Apple, deliberately slows down older iPhones in a bid to increase sales. The investigation will be led by French consumer fraud watchdog, DGCCRF. In France, programmed obsolescence […]

#TechTuesday – Bite-Sized Tech News

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New anti-abuse rules on Twitter, self-healing screens, secrets from Uber and the Facebook clampdown. This week’s tech news in one place, just in time for lunch! #TechTuesday Twitter As we know, social media platforms can quickly spread hateful and abusive content. Yesterday, Twitter enforced new rules relating to how it handles this behaviour in a […]

#TechTuesday – Brexit & Irish Tech, running apps and contactless donations.

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This week’s #TechTuesday blog is looking at the effect of Brexit on the Irish tech sector, cashless donations, the latest running app, and so much more! Brexit has been dominating news since the referendum in June 2016 however this week, things are getting very tense as negotiations continue and time is running out. Technology Ireland has […]

#TechTuesday- Bite-sized Tech News

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In this week’s #TechTuesday blog, we are looking at the HBO hacker, fighting ticket resale prices, Google Pixel Buds, and much more! HBO Hacker Charged Over Stealing Unaired Episodes U.S. prosecutors have charged an Iranian hacker with entering the HBO’s network system and stealing episodes and scripts of unaired episodes. The hacker threatened to release […]