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Cartoon Forum 2016 in Toulouse, France.

Cartoon Forum is a pitching & co-pro forum for animated TV projects. 3 days, producers have the opportunity to pitch their project in front of 900 broadcasters, investors and other potential partners from 30 countries. Since its creation in 1990, 680 series have found financing, with a total budget of 2.3 billion EUR.
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Canon acquire digital album start-up Lifecake

Canon have under-delivered for consumers who've used the clunky iMage Gateway or Irista platforms. It was apparent when Canon launched the Irista website that they wanted to be involved in everybody's photo from taking to storing to printing, but it was also apparent that they hadn't quite figured out what business model they'd settle on.
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Highlights Day 1 @ The (Web) Summit, 2013

This morning The Web Summit changed its name. It'll be known as The Summit from now on, reflecting the broad appeal of what is the biggest technology event in Europe this year. What's remarkable is that the The Summit is only a few years old - and like the archetypal success story we hear about at this event The Summit itself has grown exponentially from 500 attendees in 2010 to 10,000 today, with 900 start-ups and 300+ speakers. Today was Day One of the 2013 event and I tried to cover as much ground as possible - there's lots to see and hear so you need to be quick to leave a stage, dash around the exhibition halls and make it back for the next must-see session.
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Apple after Steve Jobs: Newstalk, Down To Business

With Apple's recent quarterly results showing a fall in profit, and research from Strategy Dynamics on the second quarters tablet sales indicating Apple's iPad market share may be down to 28%, we discussed Apple after Steve Jobs and is Tim Cook going to get the world's biggest technology back on track?

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2013 Action Plan for Jobs & Business On-line Voucher

Today the Taoiseach, the Tánaiste and the Jobs & Enterprise Minister  launched the government's Action Plan for Jobs 2013, the next step in the Government’s plan to rebuild the economy and accelerate the transition to a sustainable, jobs-rich economy based on enterprise, innovation and exports. The Plan contains 333 actions to be implemented in 2013 by 16 Government Departments and 46 agencies.  It has a significant technology element to it - ICT Skills and Big Data get specific focus having consideration for how they can impact the Irish economy in a positive way.