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The €850 million Apple data centre planned for Athenry would consume more electricity than Dublin, an oral hearing on the project heard this week.
Phone Doc, specialists in mobile phone repairs and accessories, says more smart phone users are getting caught by exceeding their allocated data plan.
Monroe’s Live has become the first live music venue in the West of Ireland to launch its own mobile app.
Bradley Motors has received the first iPad headrest mount from local Apple reseller, Screenway.
Last year, NUI Galway released an Android weather app to keep Galwegians up-to-date on local weather and weather trends. Due to popular demand, the university has now released an iPhone version. The app development was carried out by Ronan Everiss, an NUI Galway Bachelor of Science in Information Technology graduate under the supervision of Dr Hugh Melvin.
The Apple iPad has broken new ground in business environments all over the world with the breakthrough Retina display, ultra-fast wireless and thousands of amazing apps for business. iPad transforms the way you and your company work.
Leading Galway-based Apple reseller Screenway has just moved into a new office space in Parkmore, Ballybrit, in the heart of Galway's digital community.
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.
Castlebar band Strayed who have been gigging hard over the summer have recently released their debut single ‘Things You Like To Do’ and it is now available to download on iTunes. The local lads will be celebrating this release with a a gig at Late at Live Choice in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, this Saturday night. So why not stop by and see what Strayed have to offer. You can download the single from itunes.apple.com/ie/album/things-you-like-to-do-single/id461036907
Ever gone on holiday in Galway and been swamped by bundles of interesting tourism brochures as you try to decide what you want to see and where you want to go? Ever wished you could have read them before you left home and decided your trip in advance? Well, those days have arrived.