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With the all-new Adam, Opel is entering the A-segment with a chic, small, urban car. It combines bold, powerful design with what Opel describes as a potential for almost unlimited level of personalisation, making each Adam unique. It should arrive here in the first quarter of 2013, writes Padraic Deane.
Local Galway city weather is now available on your smartphone via an android app. The app arose from a collaboration between the disciplines of information technology and civil engineering at NUI Galway. The weather data is provided by the IRUSE research group at NUI Galway led by Dr Marcus Keane, Lecturer in Energy Systems Engineering at the University.
GMIT has launched a new Android app which provides information on its state-of-the-art Online Energy Laboratory at the Dublin Road campus, Galway.
The winners of CodeNinja, the app development competition for NUI Galway and GMIT students have been announced. First prize in the individual went to GMIT, with NUI Galway scooping first prize in the group category.
Judging the competition were NUI Galway’s John Breslin, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Dr Jim Duggan, Information Technology, Dr Michael Lang, Business Information Systems, Clodagh Barry, Bright Ideas Initiative, and local company founders Paul Killoran, Ex Ordo, Michael FitzGerald, OnePageCRM and Dave Kelly, BeautyBoss. Professor Chris Curtin, Vice-President for Innovation and Performance at NUI Galway, presented the prizes.
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Irish consumers are saying ‘no’ to expensive mobile phone insurance and are switching to standalone gadget insurance.
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.
The Volvo Ocean Race this week launched an app making the world’s premier round the world yacht race easier to follow than ever before. as it heads for Ireland.
The Blizzards were one of Ireland’s biggest rock ‘n’ roll deals, but that did not stop their guitarist and singer Niall Breslin deciding in January 2010 that he needed a new challenge.