On Dublin's talking this week we discussed the emerging self-analysis apps, and Myshkin Ingawale's app, UCheck, which allows smart-phone owners to analyse their urine. And good news in a jobs announcement as HubSpot adds 100 people to its Dublin office.
It's more than forty years since Lawrence Stenhouse said there was “no curriculum development without teacher development” - and sharp minds, like those at BSSD have adopted Eric Raymond's Bazzar of knowledge principle helping to foster the burgeoning movement for information socialism. Almost 90% of
Today on Down to Business with Ian Guider, we looked at how SME owners can get their business, their brand and their products on to the smart-phones and tablets of the 40% of consumers who are using the web on the go. We were also
The S4 was launched at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, in an event that was a sort of kitsch, pseudo Broadway extravaganza hosted by WIll Chase. The first major Samsung mobile announcement made in the US, signaling Samsung's growing confidence in their
In response to media reports that the The Reserve Bank of Australia's network had been compromised, the nation's central bank confirmed it regularly consults with the Defence Signals Directorate as well as using the expertise of private firms. The DSD, headquartered in Camberra, Australia, was
This weekend on Down To Business with Bobby Kerr on Newstalk we looked at Social Media and the role it plays in the promotion of the SME and the SME website. We were joined by Noel Davidson, the GM of QED training with his insights
The World Intellectual Property Organisation, (WIPO) is a United Nations agency founded in 1967 and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. It's Director General is an Australian national, Francis Gurry, who's current six year term ends in September 2014. The WIPO currently has 185 member states and
In the most inspiring science story for some time, John Hopkins Children’s Center are reporting that an infant, now aged two, who has not been medicated for twelve months has been cured of the HIV virus. A HIV patient known as 'the Berlin patient' had
Andy O'Donoghue joined Bobby Kerr for week 3 of the the Technology In Business segment, sponsored by HP ElitePad, to discuss the SME Website and the Getting Business Online Initiative. They were joined by SME owner and GIBO case-study, Liz Dwyer of Beauty Bootcamp.