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What we know about Apple’s plans for the Athenry data centre

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The new €850 million Apple data centre announced for Athenry this week will be one of the most advanced of its kind developed by the company to date.

Galway gaming studio launches first app

Hay Ewe, the first game from Galway mobile gaming studio Rocket Rainbow, will be available on iOS from today.

Mayo County Council gum litter campaign urges public to ‘Bin It Your Way’

Mayo County Council called on people to ‘Bin It Your Way’ in a Gum Litter Taskforce (GLT) mid campaign boost which took place at Swinford Cultural Centre earlier this week. The event was a riot of colour with the eye catching ads displayed on GLT ad-bikes and a GLT media bike.

Great reductions on memberships with Ocean Fitness this month

One of Galway’s premier private health and fitness clubs, Ocean Fitness, is offering €100 off up-front memberships this month only.

City council steps up its campaign in battle against discarded gum

Galway City Council is stepping up its campaign against gum litter and asking people to “Bin It Your Way”. This is the second year of the three-year campaign and Galway City Council is once again an active participant in the high-profile national Gum Litter Taskforce (GLT) awareness campaign. The GLT ad-bikes were present in Galway City to promote the campaign messages.

Local tourism businesses promote Westmeath via ‘Gathering’ app

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Thirteen tourism businesses from Co Westmeath are being promoted to international visitors on a brand new app for iPhones and android devices. The app, called ‘Gathering Gestures’, has been created by Tourism Ireland specifically for The Gathering Ireland 2013 and offers a wide variety of ‘gestures’ to ensure our international visitors get more from their holiday here and an extra special welcome in this year of The Gathering.

Workload and staring at the screen common headache triggers in Connacht

Headaches lead to more than 890,000 missed days of work annually and a further one in five people in Ireland have had limited work ability due to a headache. Headache sick days cost Irish employers €99.5 million annually. This research was announced at the launch of Headache Awareness Week, which takes place from March 16 to 23, in association with Nurofen. The research also revealed that within the workplace, 24 per cent of people in Connacht said their workload is their biggest headache trigger, 22 per cent claimed that staring at the screen all day was the main cause, while dealing with stressed colleagues or clients triggered work headaches for another 17 per cent of respondents.

Babógbaby outwits Wossie in ‘cúpla focail’ challenge

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Audiences of UTV hit, the Jonathan Ross Show, were treated to a ‘cúpla focail’ challenge in which Irish talking teddy bear Babóbaby outwitted the popular chat show host.

GMIT students developing apps for Windows phone

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Software development students in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) are fast gaining recognition for apps they are developing for the Windows Phone market such as Labyrinth Madness, Space Shooter, Translate the World, Funix and Xylofun, to name a few.

New Audi Q3 launched by mobile campaign

Audi Ireland has unveiled its new Audi Q3 advertising campaign which incorporates iTagged, a brand new mobile media platform. Audi is the first company in Ireland to use this platform, re-enforcing its progressive and innovative marketing strategy.

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