Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and a business & technology reporter with the Sunday Business Post. Ryan is also the beer and betting columnist along with hosting our successful Connected podcast. In 2009, he was named Journalist of the Year at the IIA NetVisionary Awards and won the Alumni Choice award at the 2014 Business Journalist Awards.

Big changes afoot in web domain registration

Big changes afoot in web domain registration

It’s currently a tricky process to register a .ie domain, but new rules will cut through the red tape

King of the all-rounders

King of the all-rounders

Gadget review: The Panasonic Lumix GH5

It’s time to Bortlieve

It’s time to Bortlieve

With the participants in the year’s Super Bowl being decided on Sunday, Emmet Ryan writes about much-maligned Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles and how his awkwardness has endeared him to fans

YouTube targets potential points of trouble

YouTube targets potential points of trouble

Brands were finding their ads appear on all kinds of under the radar videos

Podcast: Aisling Keegan of Dell EMC

Podcast: Aisling Keegan of Dell EMC

Aisling Keegan joins Emmet Ryan to discuss the company's 2018 tech predictions

HPV vaccine, bitcoin and fake news are all grist to Young Scientists’ mill

HPV vaccine, bitcoin and fake news are all grist to Young Scientists’ mill

Last week, over 4,000 students, 60 per cent of them female, fought for the top prize in the annual competition at the RDS

Top hacker says state actors exploited flaws that hit Intel chips

Top hacker says state actors exploited flaws that hit Intel chips

Mitnick contradicts consensus view that Meltdown and Spectre issues had gone unnoticed

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

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Melbourne’s Sharapova gaffe a needless distraction

Melbourne’s Sharapova gaffe a needless distraction

The Australian Open has the toughest time of any of the tennis majors, but the organisers did themselves no favours by having convicted drug cheat Maria Sharapova represent the women at the draw

Ireland's brightest young minds

Ireland's brightest young minds

Many of the students at the BTYSTE have travelled from the far corners of the island to do battle and make friends

When the chips are down: Tech rat race leaves us exposed

When the chips are down: Tech rat race leaves us exposed

It looks like we may have had a lucky escape with Meltdown and Spectre, but luck always runs out eventually

Firms start to heed wake-up calls on GDPR

Firms start to heed wake-up calls on GDPR

As the May deadline approaches, Irish businesses are finally galvanising themselves to meet the shock of the new regulation

Kitchen tech firm Drop raises $8m in funding

Kitchen tech firm Drop raises $8m in funding

Company to double staff in next two years

Payback on the agenda on basketball’s super Saturday

Payback on the agenda on basketball’s super Saturday

All four semi-finals in the Irish men’s and women’s basketball cups take place at the Mardyke in Cork on Saturday, in a day built on the thirst for vengeance

New kid on the Bitcoin block

New kid on the Bitcoin block

Ripple was in prime position to benefit from a flood of existing crypto-investor cash