Facebook to allow transfer of photos, videos to Google Photos
The world will see in the first half of year 2020, an option to transfer photos and videos from the social media network directly to other services, starting with Google Photos, said Facebook. The option will be available to users in Ireland. Data transfers will be encrypted with a password prompt before any transaction.
Feel At Home to expand to more locations
Started in Dublin two years ago by a Kerala-based businessman Mohammed Rafique, the startup will off...
More Indians, including diaspora, heading to Ireland
Ireland enables free access to the EU. Further, on acquiring Irish citizenship under the...
Brexit ignites fears in Northern Ireland
On the streets of Belfast, armored police vehicles and check points have been replaced by busloads of tourists visiting the colorful murals ...
Infosys acquires 1,400 strong contact centre in Ireland
Eishtec informed employees of the transaction on Monday and told them they would be transferred to the Bengaluru-based IT services firm.
What's in the proposed UK-EU Brexit deal?
The deal comes after years of divisive and frequently acrimonious discussions with the EU, including successive days of late-night talks this week. The new agreement differs from May's rejected deal on various parameters.
Watch: Halloween traditions from around the world
Halloween, celebrated annually on October 31, is one of the world’s oldest holidays. Although it's derived from ancient festivals and religi...
As a kid, Eoin Morgan used beer barrels to practise stumps on concrete pitches
The World Cup-winning captain of England is nothing less than fascinating.
Brexit’s big winner (so far): Boris Johnson
Brexit could be delayed or cancelled altogether, or it might yet end in a cliff-edge exit causing huge disruption — but Boris Johnson kept his word, and his political opponents are in trouble.
Angela Merkel says Brexit deal still possible
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his 27 counterparts from across the European Union are converging on Brussels for a summit they hope will finally lay to rest the acrimony and frustration of a three-year divorce fight.
The unsafe vaults: With the financial system hit by defaults, is it time to resurrect an old law?
The govt dropped a law aimed at dealing with the blow-up of financial services cos due to a misplaced campaign that depositors’ money would be used to bail out failed banks, but now is it time to bring it back to fire up the economic engine.
EU, UK negotiators closing in on a draft Brexit deal
The new proposals are aimed at clarifying the UK’s suggested customs rules for Northern Ireland, two officials said.
EU’s Donald Tusk sees 'promising' signals for a Brexit deal
Michel Barnier and Steve Barclay, the senior European and British negotiators, met in Brussels early on Friday in an attempt to capitalise on the brighter mood.
Exploring the world's phantom FDI: Luxembourg, Ireland well-known tax havens destinations
Ireland and the Netherlands are preferred destinations for multinationals operating in Europe.
Why not 'British Occupied Ireland', Shekhar Kapur asks BBC
The Narendra Modi-led government recently scrapped Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which confers special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
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