Telecoms firm using wireless technology to provide internet to rural areas Telecoms business Imagine is closing in on a large financing deal to help build out its wireless broadband network. The company has been talking to a number of parties and a North American infrastructure fund has emerged as a frontrunner in the process, the […]
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Learn about 4K technology in this guide. With rapidly falling prices and big names like Sky and Netflix on board, 4K Ultra HD TVs are fast becoming the norm. The best TVs from the likes of Samsung, Sony and LG are all now 4K Ultra HD televisions. These are fast replacing HD models as the TV of […]
Want to find out about the hottest tech gadgets for 2018? 2018 is here! To get your year started right, we’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of the most innovative, unique, and useful gadgets that we’ve found on the market today. There are gadgets that help save money, save time, or could even save […]
In recent months a push by Google, Amazon and other tech giants has propelled smart home devices into the mainstream. Voice-automated lights, virtual assistants and everyday artificial intelligence; a little over a year ago this technology was in its infancy, but in recent months a push by Google, Amazon and other tech giants has propelled smart home […]
It could be time to think again about the privatised State telecoms network, writes Colm McCarthy Communications minister Denis Naughten shrugged off last Thursday’s news that Eir, the former State-owned telecoms monopoly, had withdrawn from the procurement process for the Government’s rural broadband scheme. With just one bidder left, he claims the procurement process will […]
Companies such as Sky and Vodafone say Eir has set a price that is so high, rivals can’t afford to offer rival services to rural residents. Ireland’s main broadband firms are boycotting Eir’s private rural fibre broadband network in what may be a further blow to rural internet development. Companies such as Sky and Vodafone […]
Eir’s Chief Executive has said the company withdrew from tendering process for the National Broadband Plan because the process became increasingly onerous Eir’s Chief Executive has said the company withdrew from tendering process for the National Broadband Plan because the process became increasingly onerous and the business case did not stack up. Richard Moat said Eir entered […]
Eir is poised to quit the National Broadband Plan, the state-subsidised rural broadband rollout that promises to connect 540,000 households and businesses. The move will come as a huge blow to the government’s plans on getting high-speed internet to non-urban areas. It leaves just one remaining company, Enet, in the bidding for the state contract. […]
75,000 homes and businesses in Cork are without high-speed broadband Cork South Central Fianna Fáil TD Michael McGrath has said the government needs to press ahead with the National Broadband Plan following confirmation that 75,000 homes and businesses in Cork are without high-speed broadband – and in many cases any broadband at all – because […]
Supporters of the repeal say it will free up internet providers to innovate, while opponents fear the online world will become more like cable TV. The repeal of net neutrality ushers in a new chapter of the internet that could eventually transform the way Americans communicate, shop and consume information online. The Federal Communications Commission’s party-line […]
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