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Eóin MacManus, chief business officer at Three Ireland: ‘We have launched in every county, with more 5G sites coming on every week.’ Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Remote working and positioning Ireland as an innovation island are two of the dominant themes of the Government’s vision for the post-coronavirus econ(...)

By next Saturday, the State’s third Covid lockdown will have lasted longer than the first two combined. File photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

By next Saturday, April 3rd, the Republic’s third Covid-19 lockdown will have lasted longer than the first two combined, and yet the virus is still ci(...)

‘Late Late Show’ presenter Ryan Tubridy. Photograph: Frank Miller /The Irish Times

RTÉ’s finances received a huge Covid-related bounce in 2020, with the station returning to profit for the first time in three years, according to a re(...)

A lone pedestrian on the Ha’penny Bridge, Dublin, in early morning fog. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

No, we’re not being heroical. We’re just being stoical. It’s important that those who are trying to communicate messages about the pandemic understand(...)

Levels of reported happiness have fallen consistently since June, from 40 per cent to 28 per cent. File photograph: iStock

Irish people are more bored, frustrated and lonely now than at any point during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to polling carried out for the Govern(...)

AIB’s sustainability index focuses on Irish attitudes, behaviours and intentions regarding climate and environmental sustainability. Photograph: Getty

While most Irish people are committed to living more sustainably, more than half don’t take the environmental impact of deliveries from online shoppin(...)

Stable connection to broadband is key to being able to conduct our daily duties in a work-from-home environment. Photograph: iStock

This year the words Zoom and Teams made their way into our everyday vocabulary. Most of us no longer commute to an office or stick to the average nin(...)

According to a study carried out for Huawei Ireland by Amárach Research, 80 per cent of Irish consumers said it is “extremely important” for Irish society that the next generation of mobile networks is rolled out.

The majority of Irish consumers back the widespread availability of 5G in Ireland by 2025, a new study has revealed. According to a study carried ou(...)

Pillow Queens: playing the Other Voices virtual event

The country begins opening up again next week, but the immediate future of the arts and entertainment sectors remains shrouded in uncertainty. Museums(...)

5G brings faster speeds of up to 1Gbit per second, as well as increased security, reliability and lower lag time on data

Failure to invest in 5G technology could result in a €12.6 billion economic loss over the next decade, according to a new study. The study, which has(...)

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