Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan is editor of Connected and technology correspondent 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.

Patriots look ready to roll

Patriots look ready to roll

✽ It’s a super Sunday in two kinds of football with big time betting action in the English Pr...

Techweek

Techweek

Maxol teams up with DKIT Maxol is to partner with students at Dundalk Institute of Technology (D...

Irish tech start-ups now ‘as cocky and confident as the kids over in Silicon Valley’

Irish tech start-ups now ‘as cocky and confident as the kids over in Silicon Valley’

Ireland’s start-up culture is changing, according to industry veteran Patrick Mee, but more capital is needed if we’re really to compete with our California cousins

Microsoft and Google square up in Windows fault revelation row

Microsoft and Google square up in Windows fault revelation row

A vulnerability in Windows 8.1 led to two of the world’s largest IT firms squaring off last week, with security implications for Irish firms.

Pint of view

Pint of view

The Hurler Price: €3.50 Availability: select off-licences Four Provinces Brew’s long awai...

The Spread

The Spread

Playing the percentages The pressure is on Arsenal today as they look to get back on track in th...

Netflix users could be blocked for viewing restricted content infringement

Netflix users could be blocked for viewing restricted content infringement

Some Netflix users in Ireland have found ways to access content unavailable here, but the streaming service may be about to clamp down on that kind of activity

Tech Week

Tech Week

UPC unveils faster broadband Following on from Sky’s announcement of a new 100Mbps fibre servi...

Devices to aid disabled dominate Young Scientist event

Devices to aid disabled dominate Young Scientist event

The internet of things and tools for people with disabilities were the top technology trends amo...

Dig for victory by using raw data

Dig for victory by using raw data

An international expert says ordinary Irish firms, right down to hairdressers, need to tap customer data to keep up

Pint  of view

Pint of view

Fir Bolg Price: €3.79 Availability: select off-licences This is a real rare beast from Munst...

The shape of things to come

The shape of things to come

From telecoms consolidation to the internet of things, change is the only constant in the tech sector

Experience counts as Waratek looks to broaden its horizons

Experience counts as Waratek looks to broaden its horizons

Waratek chief executive Brian Maccaba is a veteran of the IT sector. He plans to use his experience to take the firm beyond its financial technology base

Tech week

Tech week

Hour of Code: hours of fun Some 150 events took place across Ireland last week for the Hour of C...

Business of Sport: The spread

Business of Sport: The spread

United is the smart call Today’s early game in the English Premier League pits two big names w...