Gerard O Neill

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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(...)

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(...)

Poverty has fallen off the radar for most voters and policy-makers in recent years. Photograph: iStock

We like to think of ourselves as a generous nation that is more sympathetic than most to the plight of those locked in poverty. But are we really? In(...)

The german supermarkets were initially greeted with a mix of suspicion and confusion, which gradually gave way to acceptance, all while changing th(...)

Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, Blue Origin and owner of The Washington Post, introduces their newly developed lunar lander “Blue Moon”. Photograph: Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Life in a distant future as imagined by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will be, in many ways, like life today. People will socialise, commute to work and h(...)

Brexit bill: something that costs €50 to buy and have sent from an Amazon warehouse today could jump to more than €65 once third-country charges are totted up. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty

Rocketing prices, customs hold-ups, delivery delays, obstacles to returning unwanted purchases and a dramatic curtailment in the retail choices and ri(...)

An undated photograph of James “Whitey” Bulger holding the son of fellow gangster John Martorano. Photograph:  US attorney’s office of Massachusetts handout via Reuters

James “Whitey” Bulger, the South Boston mobster and FBI informer who was captured after 16 years on the run and finally brought to justice in 2013 for(...)

People queue at 6.30am for the opening of   Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall

Signs of madness in the crowd – when the twin forces of greed and folly fuse – can be used by economists to predict a crash. More than 400 years ago,(...)

Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency among 25-34 year old millennials, at 44 per cent. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

New research obtained by The Irish Times suggests about 120,000 people in Ireland own a cryptocurrency, a 300 per cent increase in the last four years(...)

Louise O’Keeffe, who joined the Brussels delegation, said the Irish State’s “very narrow” interpretation of the 2014 ECHR ruling insisted any complaint now by others could only be based “on a prior complaint”. File photograph: Garrett White/Collins Court

“I still remember the black-frocked men chasing me down the corridors, and then into cloakrooms or swimming pools... That’s not what school should be (...)

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