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Google has the qubit unit between its teeth

Google has the qubit unit between its teeth

Quantum computing may not mean much to most users, but the extraordinary increase in speed that Google has achieved will affect us all

UrbanVolt’s eco vision powers it ahead of market

UrbanVolt’s eco vision powers it ahead of market

UrbanVolt had a problem: it was growing. The Dublin-based energy efficiency business was seeing increased demand for its services, but meeting that demand and remaining eco-friendly was a challenge

Google to start charging for storage

Google to start charging for storage

Google lured billions of consumers to its digital services by offering copious free cloud storage. That’s beginning to change

Windfarm’s output ‘to be a third higher than planned’

Windfarm’s output ‘to be a third higher than planned’

Innogy Renewables Ireland plans to instal up to 100 turbines 10km off the Dublin coastline

Gadget Guru

Gadget Guru

Emmet Ryan on the week's best etch

End to agony of five-week month may be in sight

End to agony of five-week month may be in sight

Eir winning big with Apple partnership deal

Eir winning big with Apple partnership deal

The telco needed something big for the TV arm of its operation, and a partnership with one of the most famous brands in the world fits the bill

Cyber cleaning at the speed of a machine

Cyber cleaning at the speed of a machine

Darktrace uses artificial intelligence to help businesses wash out those troublesome security issues, co-founder Poppy Gustafsson tells Emmet Ryan

Curiosity boost for SurveyMonkey

Curiosity boost for SurveyMonkey

The shift to more business-to-business sales has been a boost to SurveyMonkey’s Dublin office as more functions have been added

German decision a rare but vital win for Huawei

German decision a rare but vital win for Huawei

The Chinese phone-maker will be allowed to bid to provide the country’s 5G networks

Big departures can liberate Libra to start again

Big departures can liberate Libra to start again

Facebook should start thinking of smaller projects tailor-made to specific countries’ needs

Online hate speech: where will the line be drawn?

Online hate speech: where will the line be drawn?

Analysis: Social media giants are asking politicians to offer them guidance on limits

Gadet Guru

Gadet Guru

Emmet Ryan on tech

Banning something will only amplify it

Banning something will only amplify it

History has shown that banning anything is rarely a good idea, but that hasn’t stopped Communicorp from its latest round of media blacklisting

All roads lead to the 3Arena for Seat

All roads lead to the 3Arena for Seat

A two-year partnership with Live Nation means that the carmaker will unveil its latest models at the 3Arena in the Dublin docklands, writes Elaine O’Regan