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Facebook announces OpenCellular open-source telecoms platform

As part of its latest efforts to connect remote areas of the planet to the web, but rather than sending more drones into the sky, Facebook is set to roll out OpenCellular, an open-source wireless-access platform. The post Facebook announces OpenCellular open-source telecoms platform appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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Your Facebook ‘likes’ reveal more about you than you think

An eye-opening coffee shop study in the UK has shown customers just how much they reveal about themselves when they simply ‘like’ a webpage. The post Your Facebook ‘likes’ reveal more about you than you think appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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Damovo invests €1.5m in Irish Global Centre of Excellence

Enterprise communications player Damovo has invested €1.5m in training, systems and software development to increase the number of countries supported by its Dublin-based Global Centre of Excellence to 76 countries. The post Damovo invests €1.5m in Irish Global Centre of Excellence appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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30 myths we still believe, but really shouldn’t (infographic)

There are many myths knocking about that survive the test of time despite all logical – and scientific – evidence to the contrary. The post 30 myths we still believe, but really shouldn’t (infographic) appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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30 myths we still believe, but really shouldn’t – infographic

There are many myths knocking about that seem to survive the test of time despite all logical, and scientific, evidence to the contrary. Here are just 30 of them. The post 30 myths we still believe, but really shouldn’t – infographic appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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Facebook announces OpenCellular open source telecoms platform

As part of its latest effort to connect remote areas of the planet to the web, but rather than sending more drones into the sky, it will roll out OpenCellular, an open source wireless access platform. The post Facebook announces OpenCellular open source telecoms platform appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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Brexit be damned: 95pc of FDI firms declare investment in Ireland a success

Despite the risks that Brexit will bring, 95pc of multinationals based in Ireland have confirmed their investment in Ireland is a success. However, they warned investment in digital skills will be crucial. The post Brexit be damned: 95pc of FDI firms declare investment in Ireland a success appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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Alphabet sees Light at the end of the $30m tunnel

Alphabet’s VC arm has put $30m into start-up Light, which is bidding to replace DSLR cameras with one pretty cool device. That device, though, has been delayed. The post Alphabet sees Light at the end of the $30m tunnel appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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New software close to 100pc detection rate of oesophageal cancer

New imaging software used to detect oesophageal cancer in human samples is being heralded as good as top specialists paving the way ahead of it having a 100pc detection rate. The post New software close to 100pc detection rate of oesophageal cancer appeared first on Silicon Republic.

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