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Athlone company Moonswing makes iPhone apps free this weekend

Athlone-based iPhone app development company Moonswing is making its Bet Settler and Wedding Speechstake apps available for free for a very limited time. Both can be downloaded for no charge from the iTunes App Store this weekend December 4 and 5.

Jail sentence for ‘low trick’ iPhone thief

A Ballybane man who committed the “low trick” of asking a trusting passer-by for the use of an iPhone to make a call and then refused to give it back spent his birthday behind bars after being sentenced to five months in jail for theft and a public order offence.

Run anywhere in the world!

Whether you are an elite athlete, a casual runner, or just enjoy going for a walk to keep fit, a new Apple iPhone Application called Fun Run Trainer may change forever the way you use a treadmill. Fun Run Trainer is a unique iPhone application that allows the user to run, jog, or walk, anywhere in the world on any treadmill as if you are there, with a real time video map and precise inclination settings.

Slickflix lead the way with Android handsets

The smartphone revolution continues to gather momentum and Slickflix in the Newpark Shopping Centre in Kilkenny is leading the charge with a wide range of Android phones in stock.

Disco diva towed off

People over here, are amongst other things, house proud and price conscious. Honourable attributes, some would say. I witnessed a lady hoovering her garage; life is too short for such futile endeavours. In my humble opinion the bare minimum is all that’s needed and if the clothes don’t get taken in off the line for two weeks, I’ll get to them...eventually. There are far too many other things to do like jogging your muscle memory.

Security company launch summer safety package

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With all the excitement of preparing and packing for holidays, from booking flights to organising passports, all too often preparations for home and business security are left until the last minute and can be something that may cause worry while you are abroad. Gemini Security Systems , a local Galway company established by two experienced security experts Gerry Keaveney and James Howlett, have just launched their ‘Summer Holiday Advice Package’ which offers important security tips for property owners.

Innovators and ideas persons wanted to speak at Bizcamp event

Entrepreneurs, innovators and people with ideas in the West region are invited to get involved as both speakers and learners for an upcoming conference with a difference.

One in four Irish workers find it hard to switch off on holidays

A new survey from recruitment website has found that 27 per cent of Irish workers admitted to checking their work emails while on holidays. The survey also revealed that six per cent of workers said they would check work texts while away, and five per cent said they would ring the office while on annual leave.

Some fatherly advice

“Don’t focus on the one guy who hates you. You don’t go to the park and set your picnic down next to the only pile of dog s**t." That’s just one piece of advice given by a 73-year-old father, Sam Halpern, to his son, Justin Halpern.

Entrepreneurship Forum 2010 — one stop shop for emerging entrepreneurs

The 2010 Entrepreneurship Forum, aimed at new innovative companies and individuals with business ideas, will be held in the Galway Technology Centre on Tuesday May 25 from 4pm to 7pm.


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