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Ireland has long been a destination for high-tech companies, with many basing their European headquarters out of its capital. It’s... View Article
It’s often said that football is more than just a game of two halves, and if the recent FIFA World... View Article
Apple – it’s a brand that is synonymous with business and pleasure, providing some of our favourite products for day-to-day... View Article
Ireland might soon have its first Technology Ambassador in Silicon Valley, as well as an Information and Communications Technology Chamber... View Article
LetsHost formally announces the launch of its new shared Windows hosting service. Build on a highly redundant and reliable Cloud platform, it outperforms almost every other shared hosting service available in Ireland today.
SSL stands for "Secure Sockets Layer." Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol designed to enable applications to transmit information between each other securely. SSL is the most widely deployed security protocol used today.
There is so much talk about Facebook these days, with more and more people signing up each day, but it is often considered to be nothing more than a fun way to chat to your friends and share some photos. If you are of this opinion, you would be wrong.
By choosing to register a .ie domain over other domains you are choosing Irish! When you click on a .ie domain you know that it can be trusted and more importantly that it is an Irish website you are logging on to, as all applications to the IEDR (Irish Domain Registry) must show a real and substantive connection to Ireland.
It's finally here: the little cars with the funny looking cameras on top have been whizzing around the country grabbing terrabytes worth of imaging data. Google's been crunching the numbers since, and doing whatever other arcane jiggery-pokery they needed to do, and as of yesterday Google Maps Street View is now available in Ireland.
t the end of 2007 global online population statistics put the number of internet users worldwide at about 1.3 billion. By 31 December 2009, there were 1.8 billion people across the globe with regular access to the internet.