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From Business ETC Your crash course in... The rise and fall of Steorn, the energy firm that claimed to defy physics Hardware

Your crash course in... The rise and fall of Steorn, the energy firm that claimed to defy physics

The company, set up by the ‘Willy Wonka of energy’, reportedly raised €23m from investors.

From Business ETC 'Building something is the attraction. It's risky, but everyone likes a bit of risk' Software

'Building something is the attraction. It's risky, but everyone likes a bit of risk'

As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Dublin technology company Cubic Telecom.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how an Irish company is helping to make drones see like humans Hardware

Here's how an Irish company is helping to make drones see like humans

The head of Dublin-based Movidius, which was recently sold to Intel in a huge deal, is aiming for sales of $1bn.

From Business ETC Here's how an Irish company is helping to make drones see like humans Hardware

Here's how an Irish company is helping to make drones see like humans

The head of Dublin-based Movidius, which was recently sold to Intel in a huge deal, is aiming for sales of $1bn.

From Business ETC Apple's sales have stalled for the first time in 15 years Hardware

Apple's sales have stalled for the first time in 15 years

The Silicon Valley tech giant overwhelmingly relies on people buying its latest iPhones.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook-owned VR giant Oculus has bought a six-year-old Cork startup Startups

Facebook-owned VR giant Oculus has bought a six-year-old Cork startup

InfiniLED’s super-efficient display technology could make its way into the next generation of headsets.

From Business ETC Facebook-owned VR pioneer Oculus has bought a six-year-old Cork startup Startups

Facebook-owned VR pioneer Oculus has bought a six-year-old Cork startup

InfiniLED’s super-efficient display technology could make its way into the next generation of headsets.

From Business ETC Samsung has told Galaxy Note 7 owners to 'power down and stop using the device' immediately Apps And Mobile

Samsung has told Galaxy Note 7 owners to 'power down and stop using the device' immediately

The company also halted all sales and exchanges of the handset that has a tendency to catch fire.

From Business ETC How a 'chance tweet' has helped put this Mayo-based robotics startup on the map Manufacturing

How a 'chance tweet' has helped put this Mayo-based robotics startup on the map

A message on Twitter led Colmac Robotics to develop a prototype of a computerised handbag for US personal finance firm Finder.

From Business ETC Here's how one of the country's best tech investors chooses where to put its money Funding

Here's how one of the country's best tech investors chooses where to put its money

Helen McBreen from Atlantic Bridge, one of the firms that backed Irish tech startup Movidius, talks about what it takes to scale a business in Ireland.

From Business ETC Founder of Irish firm bought by Intel for €300m - 'It's a validation of decades of work' Hardware

Founder of Irish firm bought by Intel for €300m - 'It's a validation of decades of work'

David Moloney of Movidius said the deal takes his company ‘to the next level’.

From Business ETC Irish chip designer Movidius to be snapped up by Intel for more than €300 million Hardware

Irish chip designer Movidius to be snapped up by Intel for more than €300 million

The 10-year-old company announced the acquisition today.

From Business ETC Fitbit opens its European HQ in Dublin as it hunts around the world for growth Hardware

Fitbit opens its European HQ in Dublin as it hunts around the world for growth

The firm’s market value has slumped since it went public in the US last year.

From TheJournal.ie Some iPhone 6 screens have been made useless because of 'touch disease' Can't Touch This

Some iPhone 6 screens have been made useless because of 'touch disease'

The hardware problem is preventing some iPhone 6 and 6 Plus’ screen from working properly.

From Business ETC Despite a big hike in profits, Cisco is taking the axe to its global workforce Hardware

Despite a big hike in profits, Cisco is taking the axe to its global workforce

The company is the latest being forced to adjust to the shift towards cloud-computing technology.

From Business ETC As farm incomes dwindle, getting farmers to embrace technology is a tough sell Agribusiness

As farm incomes dwindle, getting farmers to embrace technology is a tough sell

Many agribusiness owners are more worried about learning to use smartphones than the latest gizmos.

From Business ETC An Bord Pleanála has approved Apple's €850 million Galway data centre Hardware

An Bord Pleanála has approved Apple's €850 million Galway data centre

The huge installation was first announced in February 2015.

From TheJournal.ie 'I was with the Irish army in Lebanon, but setting up a drone business is the hardest thing I've done' Green Aviation

'I was with the Irish army in Lebanon, but setting up a drone business is the hardest thing I've done'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series we profile Green Aviation.

From Business ETC 'I was with the Irish army in Lebanon, but setting up a drone business is the hardest thing I've done' Startups

'I was with the Irish army in Lebanon, but setting up a drone business is the hardest thing I've done'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series we profile Green Aviation.

From Business ETC Google is losing billions on its 'moonshot factory' Hardware

Google is losing billions on its 'moonshot factory'

It has been pumping billions into long bets – from self-driving cars to converting seawater into petrol.

From Business ETC With iPhone sales flagging, Apple's future lies in selling its services Hardware

With iPhone sales flagging, Apple's future lies in selling its services

The company’s hardware business is in decline across the board.

From Business ETC The weak pound post-Brexit has spurred Europe's biggest-ever tech takeover Hardware

The weak pound post-Brexit has spurred Europe's biggest-ever tech takeover

Cambridge chip designer ARM is being snapped up by Japanese firm SoftBank in a £24 billion deal.

From Business ETC The Cork firm at the heart of an industry saving companies a fortune with their old IT gear Hardware

The Cork firm at the heart of an industry saving companies a fortune with their old IT gear

Wisetek is among the outfits trying to spare computer equipment from the scrapheap – or worse.

From Business ETC The trials of luring fast-growing firms to the 'slow-moving machine' of the Irish Stock Exchange Finance

The trials of luring fast-growing firms to the 'slow-moving machine' of the Irish Stock Exchange

The local market has been taking firms back to school in a bid to get more listings.

From Business ETC For these Irish companies, space is no longer the final frontier Manufacturing

For these Irish companies, space is no longer the final frontier

The sector is predicted to double exports within four years amid a resurgence in space technology.

From Business ETC GIVEAWAY: We've got free tickets to Dublin's new global tech conference Internet

GIVEAWAY: We've got free tickets to Dublin's new global tech conference

The Dublin Tech Summit is coming to the capital in February.

From Business ETC Intel Ireland's head worries sliding PC sales could pose major problems for the company Hardware

Intel Ireland's head worries sliding PC sales could pose major problems for the company

But Eamonn Sinnott refused to comment on significant layoffs under way at the firm’s local operations.

From Business ETC Ireland is getting an incubator for space-industry startups Hardware

Ireland is getting an incubator for space-industry startups

The government expects more than 1,000 people to be employed in the sector within four years.

From Business ETC The Silicon Valley Bank will pump another $100 million into Irish startups Funding

The Silicon Valley Bank will pump another $100 million into Irish startups

It has already lent to 15 fast-growing tech companies like Movidius and Clavis Insight.

From Business ETC Intel workers are being lined up for 'separation programmes' Work

Intel workers are being lined up for 'separation programmes'

One-on-one meetings about cuts to the company’s Irish operations are underway today.

From Business ETC Intel has confirmed it will be cutting jobs in Ireland Work

Intel has confirmed it will be cutting jobs in Ireland

The company is downsizing as it moves away from making hardware and towards cloud computing.

From Business ETC Fraud is costing companies millions as cyber attacks rise Data And Security

Fraud is costing companies millions as cyber attacks rise

Irish businesses are reporting a sharp increase in cybercrime.

From TheJournal.ie Two reasons why virtual reality is about to take off: Gaming and porn Hardware

Two reasons why virtual reality is about to take off: Gaming and porn

UK expert James Dearsley tells us what industries will gain the most from VR.

From Business ETC Irish tech star Movidius will power the next generation of thermal cameras Hardware

Irish tech star Movidius will power the next generation of thermal cameras

It’s the latest deal signed by the company, whose chips will also be in Google’s new VR headsets.

From Business ETC Two reasons why virtual reality is about to take off: Gaming and porn Hardware

Two reasons why virtual reality is about to take off: Gaming and porn

UK expert James Dearsley tells us what industries will gain the most from VR.

From Business ETC The tiny box helping local shops compete with the global giants Retail

The tiny box helping local shops compete with the global giants

Pointy has been quietly growing and its founders want all Irish retailers on board.

From Business ETC Facebook has no plans to stop building in this former cow paddock Data And Security

Facebook has no plans to stop building in this former cow paddock

The tech giant has revealed it may need to expand its new data centre again.

From TheJournal.ie While US investors get the chills, one Irish startup turns to China Hardware

While US investors get the chills, one Irish startup turns to China

Smart-scale maker Drop has been on a fundraising drive.

From TheJournal.ie All hail our beer-brewing robot overlords Food And Drink

All hail our beer-brewing robot overlords

After its successful Kickstarter project three years ago, Brewbot has finally started shipping.

From Business ETC How to build a prototype with blood, sweat and €50 of R&D Hardware

How to build a prototype with blood, sweat and €50 of R&D

‘I didn’t want to create a startup, I just wanted to design beautiful products.’