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Irish firm invests €1.5m in age-friendly tablet

Cliffrun Media is in talks with retailers nationwide about sale of Acorn, its new device for older people

Killian Woods

Business reporter

8th December, 2019

An Irish tech firm has invested €1.5 million in the development of an age-friendly tablet device and is in talks with retailers about distributing the product nationwide.

The Louth-based company, Cliffrun Media, was set up in 2016 by Philip Hogan. He was previously a founding member of Irish telecoms firm Openet, which worked with Orange, AT&T and Sprint.

Hogan’s firm has just released its new tablet device called Acorn, which has been specifically designed...

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