Technology - Today’s News
The update from Google is packed with a wide variety of new features and ideas that will make thing much easier for you.
Technology - Yesterday’s News
After the solider’s death, an online discussion about killing a solider between one of the men and someone overseas was uncovered.
The company will slash its TV and smartphone lineup, and place greater focus on its image sensor business as it tries to reverse losses.
Brings a whole new meaning to ‘health’.
The company is on the lookout for an engineer who will work on “high performance apps that integrate with Virtual Reality systems.”
Technology - Monday 24 November, 2014
And is such a thing even possible?
The company sold 12 million Galaxy S5 units in 90 days, a 40% drop compared to its predecessor, with overstocking a major issue.
Technology - Sunday 23 November, 2014
The new update sports a fresh look and a plethora of new features, but what is it like in practice?
Looks like they didn’t test it on any Irish people…
The smart homes industry is beginning to grow, but what exactly is out there?
Technology - Saturday 22 November, 2014
Don’t try these at home… or anywhere.
Featuring an easy way to record podcasts, one of the best apps out there getting a new release, and a game that combines the best of Frogger and Flappy Bird.
Think before you type.
Technology - Friday 21 November, 2014
Lisa O’Brien sold 1,500 tickets in just nine hours for events in Dublin and Meath.
And it’s expected that nearly half of the world’s population will have online access by 2018.
A final-year psychology project used gaming principles inspired from games like Pacman and Pokémon to help college students work more efficiently.
Technology - Thursday 20 November, 2014
There are currently 53 Irish cameras on the website.
At the very least, it will make apps with in-app purchases a little more honest.
The findings come from Microsoft which is currently involved in a legal battle concerning a US warrant for emails stored on Irish servers.
Amnesty International said Governments are increasingly using technology to access activists and journalists’ private emails and computers.
Technology - Wednesday 19 November, 2014
The lift-sharing service has been strongly criticised after an exec said it should smear journalists who criticised it, but its problems run much deeper.
New guidelines for developers has revealed a number of details about the smartwatch including the fact you will need your iPhone to work it.
Because there are more useful ones than Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V.
This time it’s turned Groups into its own app, bringing the total number of available Facebook apps up to six.
Military designers want to build and aircraft carrier in the sky.
Technology - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
Android Lollipop has officially started to roll out while iOS 8 has received an update designed to speed up older iPhones and iPads.
The next update for Android and iOS will include end-to-end encryption, which will make sure the only people getting a message are the sender and receiver
Researchers from Google and Stanford University has developed software which can describe the scene shown in an image.
The manufacturer is slashing the number of smartphones it issues by up to one-third.
It’s an interesting development, but there are a few caveats involved.
Nokia has returned to devices by unveiling the N1 tablet, a 7.9-inch device which will run on Android Lollipop.
Technology - Monday 17 November, 2014
They’re the same reasons why any company tries to expand into a new area.
But Uber’s drivers have a few concerns about the new partnership.
20 WiFi beaming balloons will be launched across Western Queensland as part of its plan to bring internet access to the world.
*as it’s working on a specialised site called ‘Facebook at Work’
Technology - Sunday 16 November, 2014
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
It’s never been easier to start learning, and there are many free online resources to help you out.
Technology - Saturday 15 November, 2014
The first thing is what it is.