Apple has set up a new subsidiary company called Apple Energy LLC to manage the sale of surplus energy from its new headquarters in Cupertino, California. Apple Campus 2, dubbed the ‘Spaceship’ for its futuristic architecture, is currently under construction (as we showed last week), and apparently on schedule to meet Tim Cooke’s promise that the […]
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Games Fleadh 2015 will Showcase Young Irish Developers
Some of the biggest names in the gaming industry will gather at the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) campus in Thurles next month to participate in Games Fleadh 2015, an all-island games design and development competition for third-level students. LIT Tipperary, whose alumni have worked on some of gaming’s biggest titles including Call of Duty, StarCraft […]
Freakonomics on Regulating the Sharing Economy
We recently had Steve DelBianco of Netchoice on our podcast, to talk about the regulatory and legislative challenges facing disruptive “sharing” innovators, specifically Lyft and Uber and the proposed California legislation regarding insurance. This week’s Freakonomics podcast and radio show has a very good piece on the issue in general. Uber and Lyft are mentioned and there are interviews with the […]
Happy Birthday Youtube!
The first ever video uploaded to Youtube was a short video taken at San Diego zoo and uploaded to the site on April 23rd 2005. It’s not very long, it’s not very exciting, but often historical things aren’t “exciting”. 9 years later and it’s hard to imagine an internet without YouTube! So here it is: The […]