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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.
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.
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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.
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Much tougher penalties came into force in England, Scotland, and Wales last month for the illegal use of mobile phones while driving.
Samsung Electronics has announced that its premium Family Hub Refrigerator is now available to buy in Ireland. Providing new ways to manage and cook food as well as helping to plan family life and enhance the home entertainment experience, the Family Hub Refrigerator is the ultimate luxury smart home appliance.
NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe will participate in a live, public, video link-up with the crew aboard NASA’s Aquarius undersea research station next week. Dr O’Keeffe, a clinical fellow at NUI Galway, has been selected as the flight surgeon for telemedicine for the mission.
A new app launched in the city this week brings Galway’s history right up to date with a self-paced interactive tour of the city, featuring stories about local landmarks and famous characters from Galway’s past.
Alcom Telecommunications based in Galway City and Ireland’s leading SIP/VoIP service provider IP Telecom have recently signed contracts to provide its customers with the SIP Trunks to enable customers to use their existing IP PBX phone system on the SIP network. SIP Trunks provide a business-class voice service harnessing the full potential of high quality broadband links to make significant savings in overall communications costs by eliminating expensive PRI, FRA and ISDN monthly line rental charges. Customers can save thousands of euros per annum by implementing SIP Trunks.