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  • DoJ will soon sue Google over non-competitive digital ads August 10, 2022
    The US Department of Justice is set to sue Google for abuse of its dominant position in the digital advertising market. Per Bloomberg, the lawsuit could be filed no later than September. The DoJ previously sued Google over its dominance in the search engine market and its alleged efforts to thwart competition in 2020. As […]
  • Synch Payments appoints Tim Fitzpatrick as Chairperson August 10, 2022
    Synch Payments, the Irish instant mobile account to account payments service, has announced the appointment of Tim Fitzpatrick as Chair of the Synch Payments DAC Board. A seasoned payments leader, Fitzpatrick’s previous experience includes senior executive roles in HSBC Bank as well as CEO of CHAPS, one of the largest high-value payment systems in the […]
  • Online maths school hires principal ahead of new term August 10, 2022
    Breakthrough Maths is continuing its expansion ahead of the start of the new school year. The online educational provider has increased the number of tutors in Ireland to 28 and has hired Shane O’Connell as its full-time head of education. O’Connell has more than 17 years of experience as a teacher, deputy principal and principal […]
  • Defence enterprises, government agencies in Russia and Ukraine targeted by state-sponsored hackers August 10, 2022
    More than a dozen victims located across Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and Afghanistan have been successfully targeted by state-sponsored hackers in a January 2022 campaign. The campaign is believed to be focused on cyber espionage but has targeted military-linked defence companies, government agencies, and research institutes in the regions. Researchers at Kaspersky have attributed the attacks […]
  • Nvidia revenue falls short of expectations in Q2 August 10, 2022
    Computing giant Nvidia has revealed that its Q2 revenue came in lower than expected, finishing at $6.7 billion compared to its outlook of $8.1 billion. The figure represents a 19% sequential drop but a growth of 3% over the same period of last year. In an announcement, the company said the numbers reflect a reduction […]
  • The cyber crime heatwave demands a security rethink August 10, 2022
    A new rash of cyberattacks has hit the headlines this month. While we baked ourselves leathery in the sun, critical systems were breached, user data exposed and money lost. Some of the attacks show signs of being geo-political in nature. Following the visit of US politician Nancy Pelosi, attacks on systems in Taiwan increased, while […]
  • National IP Protocol recognised as EU best practice August 10, 2022
    The National IP (intellectual property) Protocol, Ireland’s guideline and framework for commercialising state research, has been published as an example of European best practice on a new EU platform. The Knowledge Valorisation Platform connects players in the EU with the common goal to transform excellent research results and data produced in Europe into sustainable products […]
  • APAC region to lose 63 million jobs to automation by 2040 August 10, 2022
    The five largest economies in the Asia Pacific region are more at risk of physical robot-based automation than both Europe and North America. That’s according to a Future of Jobs Forecast from Forrester which suggests that by 2040, 63 million jobs in India, China, South Korea, Australia and Japan could be lost to automation, with […]
  • Ennis data centre first to be approved under new government policy August 9, 2022
    Clare County Council has granted approval for a 450-million data centre in Ennis, making it the first to be approved under new government policy. The Art Data Centre Campus will create between 400-450 permanent jobs when the data centre campus is fully operational. Up to 1,200 will be employed in construction and 600 jobs in support services. Construction of the campus will […]
  • IT departments celebrate while buyers experience remorse August 9, 2022
    We’ve all felt buyer’s remorse at some point in our lives. Some people have probably experienced it more than the rest of us, depending on just how much stuff they buy. For anybody uncertain whether they’ve ever felt it, Wikipedia has a useful definition: “Buyer’s remorse is the sense of regret after having made a […]