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.

Pint of view

Pint of view

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Technostress: How tech can lead to worry, distraction and inefficiency

Technostress: How tech can lead to worry, distraction and inefficiency

Increased connectivity brings with it issues in focusing on what actually needs to be done at a given time

More power to your wifi

More power to your wifi

The purpose of Google wifi is to improve the coverage across a home but this reviewer lives in a modest two-bed apartment. It was going to take a lot to impress

Facebook doesn’t go far enough to counter fake news

Facebook doesn’t go far enough to counter fake news

The government could simply extend existing broadcasting restrictions on paid political advertising to social media, but there’s no political will to do so

Media bans in sport hurt all of us

Media bans in sport hurt all of us

The efforts to restrict journalistic access ahead of Ulster rugby’s clash with Glasgow Warriors and the Carl Frampton vs Nonito Donaire fight simply can’t be allowed to stand, writes Emmet Ryan

Space success broadens Irish firms' horizons

Space success broadens Irish firms' horizons

Drive is on to get more Irish businesses ready for European Space Agency contracts

Connected Podcast: Ryan Burke of InVision

Connected Podcast: Ryan Burke of InVision

Emmet Ryan is joined this week by Ryan Burke, senior vice president international with InVision, to discuss all things design

Editor’s Letter - Apathy: a tool for defence?

Editor’s Letter - Apathy: a tool for defence?

When the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, the reaction at large was a bit of a throwback to slower news cycles

To Boldly Go

To Boldly Go

Humanity’s drive to the stars has a real impact on terra firma, and quite a few Irish people are aiding the continuing voyage of discovery, writes Emmet Ryan

A client and a user: Being HR chief at a recruitment company

A client and a user: Being HR chief at a recruitment company

Indeed’s HR head Paul Wolfe explains why he loses sleep over employee engagement, and how inclusive leadership will boost your bottom line

Profile Elon Musk: A spaceman came travelling

Profile Elon Musk: A spaceman came travelling

Musk knows that whatever name is on something he backs – be it Tesla, SpaceX, or SolarCity – he is the brand

Separation week hits the League of Ireland

Separation week hits the League of Ireland

With top of the table clashes in both divisions, the first real wild week of the League of Ireland season is upon us, according to Emmet Ryan

Zuckerberg to face US House committee

Zuckerberg to face US House committee

It's a beating Zuckerberg knows he needs to face

Huawei: A new pretender to the throne

Huawei: A new pretender to the throne

The Chinese phone maker signalled clear intent to challenge Samsung and Apple at the launch of its P20 in Paris

Sony’s new handset falls between the cracks

Sony’s new handset falls between the cracks

The first thing that will jump out is that the power button is further down than most handset users expect, making it far too easy to inadvertently press the volume button instead