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#Hardware

From Business ETC 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 Business ETC 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 Virtual-reality house viewings could become the new normal in Ireland Building And Property

Virtual-reality house viewings could become the new normal in Ireland

Sherry FitzGerald is going to use VR tech for house showings.

From Business ETC This startup says conservative Ireland is afraid to fund world-changing biotech Funding

This startup says conservative Ireland is afraid to fund world-changing biotech

Skepticism about bioprinting is making it harder to secure investment.

Are Irish DIY shops stocking up on Fifty Shades bondage props?

Get those cable ties before it’s too late.

From TheJournal.ie Samsung's new tiny flash drive can transfer movies in a few seconds Downloading

Samsung's new tiny flash drive can transfer movies in a few seconds

The Portable SSD T1 has a read/write speed of 450MB per second, meaning it would only take eight seconds to transfer a 3GB movie file.

From TheJournal.ie Why this company wants to 'connect the dots' between software and hardware Connected

Why this company wants to 'connect the dots' between software and hardware

If This Then That is making a long-term bet on the smart items industry and it wants to be at the centre of it, but progress will be gradual.

From TheJournal.ie How this Lego-like electronics system allows anyone to build DIY hardware Design For Life

How this Lego-like electronics system allows anyone to build DIY hardware

littleBits allows both kids and adults to build their own DIY devices and prototypes using electronic blocks.

From TheJournal.ie Phone specs: which ones are actually worth paying attention to? TechKnowHow

Phone specs: which ones are actually worth paying attention to?

With features like megapixels and RAM thrown about, it’s easy to get bogged down by the specs offered by smartphone makers, but there’s only a few worth looking at.

From TheJournal.ie A fridge that monitors medicines takes top prize in Ireland's first hardware hackathon Creation

A fridge that monitors medicines takes top prize in Ireland's first hardware hackathon

More than 120 people participated in the event, which saw groups invent and develop a project over the space of two days.

From TheJournal.ie Here's one hard-hit Irish industry finally coming back from the recession - hardware Hammer And Tongs

Here's one hard-hit Irish industry finally coming back from the recession - hardware

But growth in Dublin is outstripping growth in rural areas.

From TheJournal.ie Blackberry surprises everyone by making a profit Turn Up For The Books

Blackberry surprises everyone by making a profit

The company was expected to continue making a loss as it changes from hardware to services, but it managed to surprise everyone by reporting a net profit of €16.8 million in the latest quarter.

From TheJournal.ie Bafflingly Futuristic Gadget Launch of the Day High Spec

Bafflingly Futuristic Gadget Launch of the Day

This is a mouse, but not as you know it…

From TheJournal.ie VIDEO: NASA lander crashes and burns in test flight Morpheus This post contains videos

VIDEO: NASA lander crashes and burns in test flight

The Morpheus prototype crashed just seconds in to its first untethered test flight yesterday.