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Irish Government embraces blockchain, survey suggests data centre for every parish and Brexit sees surge in dot-IE registrations.

Leinster House in Dublin. Image: phb.cz/Depositphotos

Picture of Irish flag draped across a wooden desk.

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Man in dark shirt holding up a smartphone.

Kelvin Gillen. Image: KBC

Man holding a lightbulb while adding up household bills.

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Smart meter project to be rolled out to Irish homes and businesses in 2019 and 2020.

Traffic lights swirl around a religious statue on outskirts of an Irish town.

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Rise in smart devices will place an immense burden on the internet as we know it.

A young girl in a space camp jumpsuit, four women and an older man pose for a group photo at Inspirefest 2018.

From left: Taylor Denise Richardson, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, Ann O’Dea, Prof Louise Kenny, Raju Narisetti and Lesley Tully at Inspirefest 2018. Image: Conor McCabe Photography

The Dublin sci-tech event with diversity and inclusion at its core is a recommended booking for entrepreneurs and more.

A view of the glass exterior and concrete steps leading up to the Facebook offices in Dublin on a clear day.

View of Facebook corporate office in Dublin. Image: Faithie/Depositphotos

Facebook’s plans to bring its total headcount in Ireland to 5,000 is good news for jobseekers, but what does it mean for Ireland more broadly?

Dark-haired man in white v-necked t-shirt. Black and white photo.

Andrey Kuznetsov. Image: KamaGames

KamaGames CEO Andrey Kuznetsov tells John Kennedy about the digital firm’s focus on a $137.9bn global games market.

Microsoft Office apps such as PowerPoint and Excel are now available on Apple’s Mac App Store.

Close-up of a Neanderthal waxwork man with long hair and beard holding a spear.

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Researchers analysing ancient Neanderthal spears found that they are amazing examples of precision weaponry, not just basic tools.



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