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Michael Ring TD has welcomed the news that the first group of Broadband Connection Points, a key element of the Government’s National Broadband Plan, have been connected.
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.
Local authorities will host virtual meetings, at 11am tomorrow with their local disabilities groups.
Some 59 per cent of Irish motorists have looked at their phones while driving within the last year, according to new nationwide research carried out by iReach on behalf of Toyota Ireland.
Ericsson, which employs in excess of 1,000 employees, at its research and development facility in Athlone, has formally announced the appointment of Denis Dullea to the prominent role of Head Of Product Development Unit OSS.
INTERACTION - A Digital Theatre Programme continues throughout this weekend, including the presentation of a new work by Galway theatre marker John Rogers.
One of Ireland’s biggest tech events is going virtual and global this year. The international line-up of expert speakers has been announced for the AtlanTec Festival 2020 which takes place online from the 18-22 May 2020.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed the announcement that all major telecoms providers have committed to a number of measures to help people stay in touch and work from home during Covid-19.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has urged families to use some of the time in COVID-19 isolation to shop around for the best offers available for electricity, phone, broadband, TV and gas, which could save them up to €1,000 per year.
A project to provide free public Wi-Fi hotspots in a number of locations across Mayo is progressing, with work on connections starting in the coming weeks.