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Bitbuzz is Bought by UPC

Ireland’s leading WiFi provider Bitbuzz has been bought by communications giant UPC. Bitbuzz, is a WiFi network operator providing a range of managed services to hotels, airports, café bars, pubs and other public locations throughout Ireland and the UK. Founded in Dublin in 2003, it expanded into the UK market in early 2008 and in 2010 opened a dedicated […]

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Bono on stage at Web Summit. Image : Web Summit / Sportsfile

Web Summit Tweets and Treats

Web Summit has published details of Twitter traffic over the three days of the event: 120,000 tweets published (from over 40,000 unique Twitter accounts) Tweets per minute peaked between 11am and 2pm on Tuesday (coinciding with Eva Longoria’s Main Stage and Food Stage appearances). Longoria was the most-mentioned speaker at the Summit to date – […]

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Aer Lingus To Offer Wifi?

Aer Lingus is exploring offering wifi on both European and Transatlantic flights reports Damien Mulley. According to Damien’s article the airline would charge €10 for a UK or European flight, while they’d charge €20 for a flight to the US. Other airlines, such as Delta, base their pricing on the more traditional time periods eg. […]

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Technology.ie Podcast #5: Senegal to Silicon Valley

Brought to you by Blacknight, it’s The Technology.ie Podcast, Episode 5. Michele Neylon is in Dakar, Senegal struggling with heat, humidity and  hotel WiFi.  As a domain registrar, the Blacknight CEO makes a point of participating in international events such as ICANN 42 which is currently being held in that western African country.  He shares his […]

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