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Athlone Film Club is all set to launch its new and exciting 2016-2017 season.
The new Opel Mokka X displays a bold attitude with its new exterior design.
A new app launched in the city this week brings Galway’s history right up to date with a self-paced interactive tour of the city, featuring stories about local landmarks and famous characters from Galway’s past.
A virtual tour of Galway Bay, above and below the waves, is among the features in a newly launched educational app which allows users to discover the marine environment.
A 18-year-old Knock man will the youngest member of the Irish team that will compete in the European Transplant and Dialysis Sports Championships, which takes place in Vantaa, Finland, from July 10 to 17. Matthew McNieve is a kidney transplant recipient and he is the youngest member of the Irish team.
Samsung Electronics has continued to come up with smart and practical innovations to ease the burden of household chores, including the introduction of the new Samsung AddWash washing machine.
Centrepoint Autos, Athlone, is all set for the launch of its new Car Search App for mobile devices. The app is due to go live in the coming weeks.
Famed for its creativity and music scene, Galway is quickly becoming a central hub for game development in Ireland. At the forefront of this rise in game development in the city is Pulse College. Located on the Fairgreen Road in the city, Pulse College’s Galway campus was established in 2013, with the objective to produce gaming development graduates who are industry ready when they have completed their course.
Brain injury specialists, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland (ABI Ireland), have developed and launched a concussion application for smartphones with the support of Medtronic, one of the world’s largest medical technology, services, and solutions companies.
Your driveway is sitting there all day when you are at work and it could be making you money. That is the premise of an ingenious new app developed by two Galway students — and if it’s successful, it could revolutionise the pattern of commuters into the world’s major cities.