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THIS SUNDAY at 5pm, the first in a series of five live streamed concerts, entitled Abendmusik, will be broadcast from St Nicholas' Collegiate Church.
A motion calling on the Government to legislate for the outlawing of the purchase of mobile phones, SIM cards, and other electronic communication devices without a valid form of identification has been passed by the Galway City Council.
Interactive art and science workshops for children will take place in Galway next week, in a collaboration between CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Medical Devices, and the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
We offer VR experiences and game play for individuals, family events, group events, as well as corporate team building and celebrations. If you’re looking for something a little more exciting we would love to welcome you into our virtual world! We have VR experiences for people aged 8 years+.
The party season is fast approaching. Have you decided what you will do for your staff Christmas party? Give back to the team that works hard to make your business success throughout the year. Bring them to Virtual Reality World Galway. Build company morale while getting people out of their seats and mingling!
We live in a fast-changing world. The pace of this change seems to be increasing all the time. Technology is the main driver of this, in particular, phone technology.
SOCIAL MEDIA can be about connection and interaction. It can also be a massive distraction, causing people too ignore the world around them, and neglect those closest to them.
A new specialist social media agency, Food Social, working exclusively with the food and hospitality industry has just been launched in Galway.
With ‘Safer Internet Day’ now a prominent date in the education calendar, independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, has compiled a selection of useful tips to help parents keep their children safe while online.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy, has noted that a large number of mobile phone black spots in his constituency are proving detrimental to rural businesses and dwellers.