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  • Dramatic fall in texters as users move to messaging apps | Teic.ie
    than that peak The second quarter of the year also marks the first time that text usage fell below the 2 billion mark during a three month period since the early days of mobile It s almost certain that most of this messaging activity has moved to dedicated app services and the country s data usage figures certainly point in that direction There were more than 15 7 petabytes of data that s 15 700 000 gigabytes used in Ireland between April and June a more than 5o increase on the same period of last year and a dramatic rise on figures recorded back in 2011 Related Posts How to prepare for the iOS update No Comments Sep 17 2014 Tesco Mobile hits 250 000 customers No Comments Sep 17 2014 Nokia com moves under Microsoft s banner No Comments Sep 19 2014 New iPhones to cost 700 1 000 in Ireland No Comments Sep 11 2014 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in

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  • Tech news, reviews & views from Ireland and the world. | Teic.ie | Tech news from Ireland and the world. | Page 6
    Wave from Three Adam Maguire 14 10 2010 Next up in the teic ie 1st birthday giveaways is a Samsung Wave courtesy of Three mobile The Samsung Wave is a cracking Bada based touch screen phone with a beautifully Read More Latest Windows Phone 7 Irish launch round up Adam Maguire 12 10 2010 Microsoft has officially unveiled its new phone OS Windows Phone 7 with three handsets compared to 10 in the US running the platform to be available Read More Features Review Canon Powershot SX210IS Adam Maguire 12 10 2010 The Canon Powershot SX210IS is a nice mid level device for those want a little extra from their camera without having to break the bank says Adam Maguire Canon s Read More Latest HTC HD7 coming to O2 in Ireland Adam Maguire 11 10 2010 HTC have announced that their HD7 smartphone which runs on the new Windows Phone 7 OS will be available exclusively on the O2 network in Ireland Read More Features IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC Adam Maguire 11 10 2010 The Irish Recorded Music Association has lost in a bid to force UPC to adopt a three strikes approach to alleged illegal file sharers UPC had argued it Read More Latest Windows Phone 7 to launch today Adam Maguire 11 10 2010 The new phone operating system from Microsoft imaginatively named Windows Phone 7 is to be unveiled today in a number of launch events around the world Read More Latest Review Blackberry Bold 9700 Adam Maguire 08 10 2010 Blackberry maker Research In Motion RIM has struggled in the smartphone space lately but the Bold 9700 shows it is still a company with something to offer says Adam Read More First Previous 3 4 5 6 7 8

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  • Taxi pick-ups can now be paid for via Hailo | Teic.ie
    it would for a regular Hailo booking If both the driver and the user have an iPhone the app can use iBeacons to automatically detect when they re in a Hailo cab and prompt them to confirm the payment Hailo says drivers will not have to pay a commission to them for any bookings made through this service and while it does seem there will be an additional fee levied on users there is no extra cost for using it for the time being Related Posts Vodafone talking to IRMA about three strikes No Comments Jun 16 2010 Eircom unveil faster broadband packages No Comments Mar 29 2010 HTC HD7 coming to O2 in Ireland No Comments Oct 11 2010 Microsoft tackle Apple s app store trademark No Comments Jan 12 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments

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  • New iPhones to cost €700-€1,000 in Ireland | Teic.ie
    iPhone 6 Plus which boasts a 5 5 screen will cost at least 799 out of contract assuming 16GB is enough storage space for all your apps music and photos An extra 100 will get you the 64GB version while those wanting big storage to go with their big screen will have to spend 999 While prices are available for Irish users exact details of the phones release date is not The Apple site says the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available to order on 26 September though it is unclear how quickly devices will be shipped after that For those looking to get the device at a lower upfront cost there is still the option of buying one through a mobile network The trade off there of course is that they ll have to sign up to a 18 or 24 month contract in order to get the device at a discount and exact details of the various network s packages are not yet know All of the main networks are asking potential iPhone 6 buyers to register their interest saying they ll send on launch details once they re available The links to those pages are Meteor Vodafone Three O2 Related Posts Gamestop now taking CD trade ins No Comments Feb 17 2010 JC Decaux to launch iPhone app for Dublin Bikes 1 Comment Oct 4 2009 Microsoft tackle Apple s app store trademark No Comments Jan 12 2011 YouTube recording 2bn hits a day No Comments May 17 2010 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to

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  • O2 launches phone payments for Google Play | Teic.ie
    credit card or voucher Pre pay customers will have the cost taken from their credit while those on bill pay will have the purchase charged to their monthly bill The charge to mobile service already allows users to buy items from the likes of Donedeal ie Facebook and Xbox through their phone Related Posts Google will increase staff in Dublin says CEO No Comments Oct 20 2009 Carphone Warehouse price Samsung Galaxy Tab at 600 No Comments Oct 18 2010 Social media sites finally heading for profits No Comments Sep 30 2009 Microsoft gives first look at Windows 10 No Comments Sep 30 2014 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments Palm Pre review 30 10 2009 3 Comments Opinion Aesthetics matter especially in computing 27 02 2010 4 Comments Apple Watch coming to 7 more countries but Ireland

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  • Guinness launches rewards app | Teic.ie
    sponsored rugby matches with each check in a user makes increasing their odds of success By way of a more immediate reward those who download can also avail of a free pint in any of the 6 500 participating pubs on the island of Ireland Related Posts iCloud Drive added to iCloud com No Comments Sep 18 2014 Microsoft gives first look at Windows 10 No Comments Sep 30 2014 O2 launches phone payments for Google Play No Comments Dec 4 2013 Microsoft buys Minecraft Notch walks away No Comments Sep 15 2014 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Address Website Comment Popular Posts Recent Posts Opinion Will Google s Chrome OS be dead on arrival 26 11 2009 6 Comments IRMA loses in bid to force three strikes on UPC 11 10 2010 2 Comments Smart barcodes coming to Ireland from next week 09 04 2010 4 Comments Palm Pre review 30 10 2009 3 Comments Opinion Aesthetics matter especially in computing 27 02 2010 4 Comments Apple Watch coming to 7 more countries but Ireland isn t one one of them 04 06 2015 No Comment

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  • Tech news, reviews & views from Ireland and the world. | Teic.ie | Teicnically speaking. | Page 7
    s Internet Explorer IE has fallen below 50 market share according to Irish stat firm StatCounter Usage of the browser has been on the decline in recent years but Read More Latest Raving Rabbids to be made into TV pilot Adam Maguire 04 10 2010 The cute but psychotic Raving Rabbids which debuted in Ubisoft s Rayman series are to be turned into a TV pilot according to the French developer The characters will feature in Read More Latest HTC Legend Desire get colour refresh Adam Maguire 04 10 2010 The HTC Legend and Desire smartphones will be available in new colours in Ireland this month according to the Taiwanese corporation The previously silver Legend will now also Read More Latest Microsoft confirm 11th Oct launch of Windows Phone 7 Adam Maguire 04 10 2010 Following a vague invite late last week Microsoft has confirmed that its event on 11th Oct will be to launch Windows Phone 7 The Dublin event will start Read More Latest Update Google Street View is live in Ireland Adam Maguire 30 09 2010 Contrary to earlier reports that it would come tomorrow Google Street View is now live in Ireland More than 80 000km of road has been captured covering streets in Read More Latest Nintendo confirm March release for 3DS in Europe Adam Maguire 29 09 2010 Nintendo have given more details on its upcoming 3DS handheld confirming a March 2011 release date in Europe and the US As the name suggests the 3DS is Read More Latest Sky s 3D channel to start on Friday Adam Maguire 29 09 2010 Sky s 3D TV channel will go live this Friday with a line up of sport films and documentaries planned for its inaugural months The first event to be shown Read More

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  • The rise of the cloud | Teic.ie
    said The benefits far outweigh simple savings from shared ownership however The software used to power a cloud manages each component on the network and allocates processing power and storage space according to demand meaning a server is neither left idle during a drop in demand nor stretched to breaking during a peak As companies would traditionally have to buy and maintain enough server capacity to deal with its highest peak no matter how rare this was this adaptability means they can then pay just for what they are using rather than what they might be forced to use at some stage in the future Automated provisioning is a key part of the cloud concept for example why buy a dedicated server for payroll when it s only used once a month said Pól MacAonghusa Manager for IBM s Cloud Computing Centre in Dublin With the cloud software console you can tell the cloud to automatically apportion enough space for the payroll software on a particular day at a particular time and have the server put to good use elsewhere for the rest of the time IBM is certainly confidant in their vision of the cloud having recently announced a huge worldwide investment in centres specialising in the area including its European cloud HQ based in Dublin IBM is also working with big international players like Google in the same area Put simply this is about using a network as a whole rather than as single pieces strung together said MacAonghusa As well as this the cloud can automatically configure new hardware added to the network without anyone having to physically go in there and tinker with it With all of this information centralised this surely makes security concerns all the more important though No more than before said MacAonghusa The old standard of making decisions based on prudence haven t gone away by and large companies know how to protect their data and those disciplines are never going to be removed by a silver bullet technology he said For the regular user the cloud may not seem like something that will change their lives but there are benefits for the everyday user too At its most extreme the cloud allows computers to be used as just a terminal with all the processing and storage power coming from the network rather than the local machine this means any device connected to the network or internet can be used to remotely control your office or personal computer providing access to everything stored on it no matter how far you are physically from it Synchronisation between various devices from mobile phones to desktop computers can also be done automatically in the background meaning a change made to a contact s details on one device will be made everywhere else without the user having to even request it The truth is however that companies like IBM and Hosting365 would prefer the end user to see no difference in the way they work as

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