why eircom music hub will fail

Earlier in the week, eircom launched music hub, their answer to music piracy approved by the IRMA (record labels). You can stream music for free, if you’re an eircom customer. Or, you can buy & download music. €5.99 for 15 tracks or €12.99 for 40 tracks. Users of all other ISPs get shafted…

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Groupon – defensive or attacking move by Google?

Over the past year or so, ‘deal’ sites have been cropping up all over the place. They are the new hot property online. A good irish example is boards.ie’s boardsdeals.ie. Basically using their existing userbase to negotiate deals with businesses for discounted products & services. If you’re an irish business and have the opportunity to …

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Google crashing Microsoft’s party

Just today in a class we were watching a video on Bill Gates & Microsoft, up until his exit in 2008. As we all know, Microsoft do windows (operating system) & office (software) very well. Google do search & everything internety very well… earlier today Google broke enemy lines and now has an add on …

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wave goodbye to google wave

We’re starting to see Google fail. More and more. Google Buzz sounded great but in reality it’s been a flop. Google Wave was hyped up by Google themselves just over a year ago. It was revolutionary, an email killer. However it didn’t pan out the way Google had hoped and they’ve officially axed it…

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