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Asavie chief executive and co-founder Ralph Shaw

Irish technology company Asavie has been acquired by Nasdaq-listed Akamai Technologies for an undisclosed sum. The Dublin-based mobility and “interne(...)

Ryanair is the worst ranked Irish company in terms of customer experience

Ryanair, Aer Lingus, Bus Éireann, Eir and Vodafone have been ranked among the worst Irish organisations for customer service during the Covid crisis. (...)

Tullow Oil finished ahead by 7.5 per cent to 19 cents per share, as explorers rose on the back of a surge in oil prices.

European and US shares rose on Monday, as positive updates on president Donald Trump’s health, a US stimulus package and a spate of dealmaking activit(...)

Noel Kelly with his daughters Elena (7) and Lauren (9) at their home in Tuam, Co Galway. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Parenthood is a life-altering experience. It’s demanding, frustrating, rewarding, overwhelming and emotionally-charged all at the same time and it can(...)

On-demand entertainment: Traditional TV providers have increasingly embraced streaming services

TV providers have to work harder for their money these days. In the past, they may have had a captive audience, but with so many streaming services an(...)

More than 338,000 homes and businesses in 45 towns can now connect to Siro’s network

Pure Telecom has signed a deal worth up to €10 million with BT Ireland to give it access to Siro’s nationwide high-speed broadband network. The move (...)

5G brings faster speeds of up to 1Gbit per second

Telco Eir has said its 5G network has grown threefold since its launch 11 months ago with 340 sites live. In an update, the company also said 4G is n(...)

The Atrium forms   part of the Beechwood Court scheme developed  by Jackson Homes in 2006.

With Dublin’s private rented sector (PRS) market continuing to thrive in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, the sale of 25 high-end apartments on the (...)

From left: John Griffin, head of Ericsson Ireland; and David Hennessy, chief technology officer, Three Ireland.

Three Ireland has turned on its 5G network around the country, offering coverage at certain sites in every county. Claiming to have Ireland’s larges(...)

ESB Telecoms is a subsidiary of State energy group, the ESB, while Siro is a joint venture between that business and Vodafone.

ESB Telecoms and Siro – a joint venture with Vodafone – are cashing in on the Covid-19-driven demand for powerful internet connections by building hig(...)

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