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.

New Products: Android heavyweights

New Products: Android heavyweights

HTC One-M8 and Samsung Galaxy S5

Cover Story: High-end ordering

Cover Story: High-end ordering

Eddie Carty, co-founder of Captiva, talks about his company’s evolution

Cover Story: The mobile surge

Cover Story: The mobile surge

Online ordering is nothing new, but the past year has seen a massive increase in interest on the back of greater mobile usage, according to Amanda Roche Kelly of Justeat.ie

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Threading the needle in New York

Cover Story: The connectivity difference

Cover Story: The connectivity difference

Liam O'Kelly of Airspeed Telecom reveals how his firm is helping companies across the industry.

Editor's Letter: Emmet Ryan

Editor's Letter: Emmet Ryan

Wrestling with rights

Cover Story: Grabbing a slice of the action

Cover Story: Grabbing a slice of the action

Irish software firm ZinMobi has enjoyed success in the local market and is now looking at the pizza sector in the United States.

Study finds more than Euro 1bn wasted in ICT project management

Study finds more than Euro 1bn wasted in ICT project management

Ireland is wasting €1.1 billion on ICT project management annually across the public and private sectors, according to researchers at Lero.

AdRoll to add 20 jobs on back of major funding round

AdRoll to add 20 jobs on back of major funding round

Advertising software firm AdRoll is to add 20 new jobs to its Dublin operation on the back of concluding a $70 million funding round.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Back Chelsea or Atletico before Liverpool match.

Firstperson: Tommy Bowe.

Firstperson: Tommy Bowe.

Tommy Bowe: 30, rugby player, Belfast

Unlocking the many benefits of ICT in the classroom

Unlocking the many benefits of ICT in the classroom

A post-primary principal in Baltinglass, County Wicklow has said enterprise-level broadband was vital to improving the learning process.

Pint of view

Pint of view

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Gaelcoin creator warns of scams

Gaelcoin creator warns of scams

Antonie Geerts, the man behind an Irish-themed crypto currency, is mindful that users could be deterred by rogue operators, writes Emmet Ryan.

Business of Sport: The Spread

Business of Sport: The Spread

Champions League semi finals offer serious value