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From Business ETC Recruiters are selling a post-recession Ireland to expats, but it's not quite a jobs nirvana Work

Recruiters are selling a post-recession Ireland to expats, but it's not quite a jobs nirvana

While there are big vacancies in some sectors, emigrants need to be realistic about what they’re returning to.

From TheJournal.ie These are the big features that are coming to your iPhone Coming Soon

These are the big features that are coming to your iPhone

Some new features and redesigns feature in the next version of iOS which will arrive in September.

From Business ETC Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for a staggering $26 billion Software

Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for a staggering $26 billion

The deal will leave the professional network with its ‘distinctive brand and independence’.

From TheJournal.ie The government is trying to tempt foreign tech workers here with the craic Work

The government is trying to tempt foreign tech workers here with the craic

A new campaign will sell Ireland as a lifestyle destination for recruits.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin firm that's expanded X 100 since 2004 is bringing loads of jobs to Tallaght Fleetmatics

Dublin firm that's expanded X 100 since 2004 is bringing loads of jobs to Tallaght

New York-listed Fleetmatics has been posting major hikes in revenue.

From Business ETC Fleetmatics is hiring 75 staff as it builds a new operations centre in Tallaght Software

Fleetmatics is hiring 75 staff as it builds a new operations centre in Tallaght

The Dublin-based, New York-listed company has been posting major hikes in revenue.

From Business ETC The government is trying to tempt foreign tech workers here with the craic Work

The government is trying to tempt foreign tech workers here with the craic

A new campaign will sell Ireland as a lifestyle destination for recruits.

From Business ETC One software company is rolling out the perks to attract and keep staff in Cork Software

One software company is rolling out the perks to attract and keep staff in Cork

Teamwork is even installing a slide as it tries to lure developers to work for it in the southern city.

From Business ETC Dublin-based travel software company Datalex is adding 200 staff Software

Dublin-based travel software company Datalex is adding 200 staff

The company once had over 500 people on its payroll – but it’s been steadily building back to strength.

From TheJournal.ie These are some of the odder training methods used to make smarter computers Unconventional

These are some of the odder training methods used to make smarter computers

Training up artificial intelligence takes a lot of work, and it means putting it in sometimes unconventional situations.

From Business ETC This Dublin-based games studio will make it easier to create an army of zombies Media And Arts

This Dublin-based games studio will make it easier to create an army of zombies

Artomatix was tipped as a company to watch at a recent global gaming conference.

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 Skilled trades are back in high demand as the property sector rebounds Work

Skilled trades are back in high demand as the property sector rebounds

A comprehensive labour market report also shows widespread vacancies in high-tech roles.

From Business ETC The Dublin analytics firm with plans to be worth €100m in just three years Data And Security

The Dublin analytics firm with plans to be worth €100m in just three years

Tommy Kearns says Xtremepush brings the ‘human element’ to communicating with customers.

From Business ETC Clients are banging down the door of this growing Wexford giant of retail deliveries Retail

Clients are banging down the door of this growing Wexford giant of retail deliveries

Scurri is processing over €3 billion worth of goods a year.

From Business ETC Retailers need to start preparing for their 'Uber moment' Retail

Retailers need to start preparing for their 'Uber moment'

Cisco’s Edward Westenberg says those that don’t embrace technology will miss out on a slice of billions.

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 The Collison brothers' Stripe is trying to recruit whole teams at once Work

The Collison brothers' Stripe is trying to recruit whole teams at once

The billion-dollar payments company is calling the approach ‘an experiment’.

From Business ETC How word of mouth brought the world's smartest computer and a Sligo company together Sport

How word of mouth brought the world's smartest computer and a Sligo company together

Orreco is working with IBM’s Watson to push the boundaries of sports analytics.

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 Business ETC Inside the war game that lets companies play out a cyber attack Data And Security

Inside the war game that lets companies play out a cyber attack

But it comes with a harsh lesson: the hackers usually win.

From Business ETC Some of the world's biggest names in tech are pumping $50m into Intercom Software

Some of the world's biggest names in tech are pumping $50m into Intercom

The company, set up by four Irishmen in 2011, has doubled its customers and staff over the past year.

From Business ETC A startup founded by execs from one of Ireland's biggest tech firms is folding Software

A startup founded by execs from one of Ireland's biggest tech firms is folding

Rococo Software, established by former high-ranking staff at Iona Technologies, will go into liquidation.

From Business ETC 'People can feel like failures if they don’t raise a seed round' Insights

'People can feel like failures if they don’t raise a seed round'

Bootstrapping isn’t as sexy as a big funding announcement – but it still works.

From Business ETC How a startup can sell to big corporates - and come out on top Insights

How a startup can sell to big corporates - and come out on top

Having the right product and the right pitch goes a long way.

From TheJournal.ie Make sure you don't ignore those download requests on your iPhone tonight Safety First

Make sure you don't ignore those download requests on your iPhone tonight

It’s not just for the new features but for some important security updates too

From TheJournal.ie Got a Kindle? Amazon is telling you to install this 'critical' update asap Tight Deadline

Got a Kindle? Amazon is telling you to install this 'critical' update asap

Users are recommended to install a ‘critical software update’ otherwise certain devices won’t be able to connect online.

From Business ETC The JustEat of Irish salon bookings is taking on the UK Startups

The JustEat of Irish salon bookings is taking on the UK

Beutifi acquires SalonAddicts as part of moves to expand into Britain.

From TheJournal.ie American accused of $14.5 million swindle once set up shop in Dublin The Games People Play

American accused of $14.5 million swindle once set up shop in Dublin

The story of a businessman who once set up shop in the Digital Hub, and now faces a possible 120-year jail sentence.

From TheJournal.ie iOS 9 will be out this evening so here's what you need to know Be Prepared

iOS 9 will be out this evening so here's what you need to know

Things will go a little smoother this time compared to iOS 8′s release.

From TheJournal.ie Girls turned off IT jobs by 'geeky, anti-social, overly masculine, nerdy image' Makeover Time

Girls turned off IT jobs by 'geeky, anti-social, overly masculine, nerdy image'

A leading industry figure thinks an industry makeover could be in order.

From TheJournal.ie Up to 80 new jobs set for Blanchardstown Jobswatch

Up to 80 new jobs set for Blanchardstown

Recruitment activity is already underway to fill the newly created positions in the software company.

From TheJournal.ie This software can help describe what's happening in an image Image Recognition

This software can help describe what's happening in an image

Researchers from Google and Stanford University has developed software which can describe the scene shown in an image.

From TheJournal.ie So you want to learn how to code? Here's how to get started TechKnowHow

So you want to learn how to code? Here's how to get started

It’s never been easier to start learning, and there are many free online resources to help you out.

From TheJournal.ie Dell has announced over 50 new jobs for Dublin Jobs Watch

Dell has announced over 50 new jobs for Dublin

Recruitment is expected to start shortly.

From TheJournal.ie The Briefcase: Plans for Dublin's 'Canary Wharf', trips to Addis Ababa and Lidl's pricey wine list Inbox Me
From TheJournal.ie Skills shortage could force thousands of software jobs overseas Jobswatch

Skills shortage could force thousands of software jobs overseas

A report published today found up to half of software jobs in Ireland are filled by inward migration.

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 100 technology jobs coming to Galway in the next 5 years SmartBear

100 technology jobs coming to Galway in the next 5 years

The new office will create roles in Inside Sales, Marketing, Customer Support, Operations, Finance and Software Development.

From TheJournal.ie Police and FBI arrest 100 hackers over BlackShades malware case Hacking

Police and FBI arrest 100 hackers over BlackShades malware case

Those who bought BlackShades could use it to secretly take control of a user’s webcam or computer, and hold them to ransom.