Steve Collins

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As smartphones become increasingly important, Swrve is helping to push the idea of a “mobile first” world. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

It’s hard to explain everything that Swrve does. The Irish-founded technology firm covers a lot of ground with its products, but at its simplest, it h(...)

Swrve was established by Havok co-founders Hugh Reynolds and Steve Collins in 2010

Dublin-based Swrve, a mobile and social marketing company, has announced plans to create 45 new high-tech jobs after closing a $30 million (€27.9m) fu(...)

Heavy security  outside the Special Criminal Court in Dublin for the arrival of  Nathan Killeen in   February  2013. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Convicted murderer Nathan Killeen has launched a High Court challenge against a decision of the prison authorities to place him in solitary confinemen(...)

Roddy Collins: “When I met the board I knew that the potential was there to make something big so I had to take it. It’s only an hour and a half from Dublin and the facilities are absolutely unreal. The league is in bits, in absolute bits, but I can make a difference down here.”

Only a matter of weeks ago Roddy Collins said that he would not be getting back into League of Ireland football and that his days of management were o(...)

Andy Lee celebrates becoming WBO middleweight world champion after victory over Matt Korobov at the The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Photograph: INPHO/Raymond Spencer

Following his concussive counter-right hook for a sixth round technical knock-out that crumbled the dreams of two-time world amateur champion Matt Kor(...)

Dublin-based Swrve increased annual revenues in the first half of 2014 by more than 250 per cent.

Dublin-based Swrve, a mobile and social marketing company, has increased annual revenues in the first half of 2014 by more than 250 per cent over the (...)

Steve Collins and his son Steve Jnr pictured at the inquest of Roy Collins today in Limerick Courthouse. Photograph: Brian Arthur/ Press 22

The father of murdered Limerick businessman Roy Collins said he hoped his family’s fight for justice would provoke others into giving evidence against(...)

Bungie’s sci-fi epic “Destiny”: Irish firm Havok’s software is used in the game

Vast arenas, countless characters, immersive music and some adherence to the laws of physics are the vital components of a modern AAA gaming title. Tr(...)

Photograph: Jeffrey Coolidge/Imagebank/Getty

When Steve Collins stepped into the sunshine surrounded by his family outside the Court of Criminal Justice in Dublin in July he looked relieved bu(...)

Swrve said it had achieved a 300 per cent growth in its customer base in the 12 months to the end of September

Dublin-based Swrve, a mobile and social marketing company established by the founders of gaming firm Havok, is expected to create at least 15 jobs loc(...)

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