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The tech of the Irish

CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos just finished a whirlwind tour of Ireland's tech start-ups and research centers. Here's what he found.

CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos just finished a whirlwind tour of Ireland's tech start-ups and research centers. Here's what he found.

Cooling chips with fluid...from the inside

If researchers at the University of Cork can pull it off, the technology could mark a distinct improvement in liquid cooling.
March 4, 2008

When used servers cost more than new

Multis Group, an Irish company that is coming to America, specializes in refurbishing and then selling used servers.
March 4, 2008

Irish start-up Tyndall is working to build arrays of microneedles to deliver medicine via patches instead of larger needles.
March 4, 2008

Cleaning 400 years of dust from books

Think of the Old Library at Dublin's Trinity College as the Grand Canyon for bibliophiles. There's even a geologist analyzing the dust on its antique tomes.
March 4, 2008

Home gadget to study your sleep patterns

Irish start-up BiancaMed uses wireless technology to monitor sleep quality, the aspect of your health the company calls "the final frontier."

March 3, 2008

Why blogging isn't big in Ireland

Want to blog from County Mayo? Good luck getting a broadband link.
March 3, 2008

Distributing movies on the Internet isn't the only game in town. Flash is better, says a new Irish start-up.
March 3, 2008

The high price of iPhones in Ireland

The iPhone will cost someone around $1,800 U.S. in Ireland when it goes on sale later this month when all fees are added, but execs in the software industry already like the touch pad.
February 29, 2008

Better science through coffee

The coffee's cheap at the technology transfer center at University College Dublin. But you have to interact with people to get it.
February 28, 2008

An LED that can go 80 years on a battery charge?

The micro LED--which is significantly smaller than conventional LEDs--requires only a few billionths of an amp to operate.
February 27, 2008

Wireless sensors the Lego way

A research institute in Ireland has created a platform that allows people to mix and match the components and capabilities of wireless sensors.
February 27, 2008

A radiation detector for inside the body

It was made for spacecraft, but the radiation detector can be used in cancer patients, too.
February 26, 2008