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Fujitsu STYLISTIC V535

Fujitsu Launches a Tough Tablet for Industry and Business

At Mobile World Congress, Fujitsu recently unveiled a no-nonsense, fully ruggedized industrial business tablet, the FUJITSU Tablet STYLISTIC V535. Designed to roll with the punches and soak up the knocks and scrapes of use in environments that would normally overcome consumer-grade tablets, the STYLISTIC V535 stands up to liquids, dust, bumps, and even to being […]

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Windows 10 Introduces ‘No Screen’ Holographic Interface

Yesterday Microsoft unveiled Windows 10, featuring greater integration across PC, Xbox and mobile devices, the Cortana speech interface and a new browser. They also demonstrated two new devices designed to take advantage of new interface features of Windows 10: the HoloLens holographic goggles and Surface Hub, an 84-inch screen with features to support working in groups. Windows 10 will be delivered […]

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Graduates Hilary Cotter and Sarah Gavra Boland are pictured with self-defined collaborative catalyst and explorer Mark Pollock at the graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme in Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford. In addition to hosting the graduation ceremony, Microsoft also gave Enable Ireland a software donation worth €1.3 million. Photo Credit: Maxwells, Dublin

Microsoft Donates €1.3 Million of Software to Enable Ireland

Microsoft Ireland’s campus in Sandyford played host to a graduation ceremony for Enable Ireland’s Assistive Technology training programme. The Foundations in Assistive Technology programme, which is accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology, is designed to meet the needs of adults with disabilities as well as their families and carers. It also targets employers, educators, Enable […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video The Story Behind The Windows XP Wallpaper

The Story Behind The Windows XP Wallpaper

The default “wallpaper” in Windows XP is probably one of the most viewed photos ever. You’ve probably seen it hundreds if not thousands of times, but was the photo real or merely the result of some clever photoshop work? Find out the real story behind the photo in this video where the photographer who took […]

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Pirate Bay Launch Browser To Circumvent Blocking

File sharing site The Pirate Bay has just celebrated 10 years “in business”. And they’ve also announced a new browser – aptly, yet not very creatively called “Pirate Browser“. The browser is a bundle of a Tor client with a custom Firefox install. It’s supposedly able to get past the blocks that many ISPs have […]

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Spotify for Linux Preview

Spotify For Linux

With Spotify becoming available in Ireland today a lot of the Irish tech community are probably signing up to take it for a spin .. But what if you don’t use Windows or OSX? Fortunately Spotify has a Linux client that they’re describing as a “preview” release, which is unsupported. Since several of our staff […]

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Kiss Microsoft Messenger Goodbye

Microsoft is killing off Microsoft Messenger / MSN Messenger / Windows Live Messenger. The instant message service is being replaced with Skype and if you’ve already upgraded to the latest version of Skype you’ll be able to access and merge your messenger account and contacts there. It’s not clear how users on other platforms ie. […]

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