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Freelance Journalist
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Journalist with RTÉ News; keeps a particular eye on tech, business & current affairs

Apple Watch coming to 7 more countries - but Ireland isn’t one one of them

teic.ie — Apple has announced that its Watch will go on sale in seven more countries from Friday, 26 June - but Irish buyers will be left waiting for a while longer. The Watch - already available in the US, Britain, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong and Japan - will soon hit shelves in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan as well.
Jun 04, 2015

The Apple Watch is coming to 7 more countries this month... but not Ireland (via @teicie) teic.ie/2015/06/apple-… pic.twitter.com/TzVl2bqpeA

Lumia gets latest Windows Phone update

teic.ie — The latest update for Windows Phone 8.1 - dubbed Denim - is now being pushed to Nokia/Microsoft Lumia devices. Denim features a number of improvements to the operating system, including quicker access to its Cortana personal assistant, and changes to the way the home screen can be customised.
Jan 16, 2015

Microsoft has finally creating an operating system for the die-hard Garth Brooks fan teic.ie/2015/01/lumia-… @LumiaIE

Building the blocks that make up the world’s blockbuster games

irishtimes.com — Vast arenas, countless characters, immersive music and some adherence to the laws of physics are the vital components of a modern AAA gaming title. Translating that to the screen is a time-consuming process which is dependent on complex code and careful craft.
Nov 03, 2014

Building the blocks that make up the world’s blockbuster games (my piece in today's @ITInnovationMag) irishtimes.com/business/innov…

Nov 04, 2014

RT @idigmusicfest: Look who get a shout-out in @AdamMaguire’s @irishtimes article about Irish game creators today! (Hint: it’s us!) irishtimes.com/business/innov…

Irish stamps honour gaming icons

teic.ie — An Post has unveiled a new set of stamps dedicated to the most iconic games of Nintendo, Sega, Namco and Taito. The new 68c 'Game Icons' series feature legendary mascots Mario and Sonic, as well as arcade classics Pac-Man and Space Invaders.

HBO to launch standalone streaming service in 2015

teic.ie — HBO - the US broadcaster behind Game of Thrones, The Wire, The Sopranos, Silicon Valley and so many other top-class programmes - is to launch a standalone streaming service next year. Users can already stream HBO programmes through its HBO Go service, but it's tied to an old-fashioned cable package with prices to match.
Oct 15, 2014

HBO is to offer a standalone streaming service next year - could be great news for Irish viewers who aren't on Sky teic.ie/2014/10/hbo-to…

When it comes to failure, investors must take their share of the blame

irishtimes.com — Failure is an option, as long as it comes with a lesson to be learned - that is the advice regularly given to the country's start-up scene, which is often characterised as being too risk averse when compared to its international peers.
Oct 13, 2014

"When it comes to failure, investors must take their share of the blame"; my piece in today's @IrishTimesBiz: irishtimes.com/business/when-…

The Apple TV era could be upon us

teic.ie — Apple tends not to be a company that is first to market with a particular product, waiting instead until it feels it has the right device for a particular job. The Apple TV bucked that trend.

Review: Nokia Lumia 930

teic.ie — Nokia as a brand may be on the way out, but its work to promote the Windows Phone platform lives on. So is the Lumia 930 finally the phone Microsoft needs to take the smartphone battle to Google and Apple? The details The Nokia Lumia 930 is a 5 inch smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1.

Apple to hold iPad, Mac event on 16 October

teic.ie — Apple will follow up its unveiling of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch with another event on 16 October - this one focusing on iPads and Macs. That's according to a report on technology site Recode.

Why Meteor is going after O2 in its latest ads

teic.ie — It's fairly par for the course for a company to tell you how they're better than all the rest. Even specifically naming a rival is not uncommon in Irish ads - though it doesn't happen all that often. So why has Meteor opted to build an entire ad campaign around one of its rivals, O2?
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Feb 09, 2016

Took far less time than I expected for one of these to circulate its way to me - nearly put it… instagram.com/p/BBkT-2NNcO3/

Feb 08, 2016

@jwalshireland 'You appear to be living a very predictable life. Would you like help finding a pub to drown your sorrows in?'

Feb 08, 2016

I don't care what colour it comes in - I just hope they figure out a better name than 'Apple iPhone 5se'. twitter.com/businessinside…

Feb 08, 2016

@jwalshireland home, and showing me what the traffic was like on the route I'd always take. I never told it any of these things.

Feb 08, 2016

@jwalshireland Worst was when a notification appeared on Chrome 10 mins before my shift ended, telling me how long it would take me to get..

Feb 08, 2016

@jwalshireland First had that experience with an Android - iPhone does it from time to time too. Bit odd

Feb 06, 2016

.@MeetandMeat is no more and has been replaced by a macaroon shop. Dublin's gentrification has gone too far.

Feb 04, 2016

Southsiders must be raging to see Stoneybatter designated as Dublin's hipster capital

Feb 04, 2016

New business model for takeaways: Take a standard meal, put it in a box and add 20% to the price = Profit. twitter.com/dailyedge/stat…


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