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9am News Alerts from Silicon RepublicSilicon Republic Silicon Republic is a leading source for technology, science and start-up news, information and resources for people who are passionate about STEM. in the 06/28/2016 edition:

How to find the company culture that’s right for you

Jun 28, 2016 08:50 am

In the tech world, when it comes to hiring, we’re currently very much in a candidate’s market, with companies having to do more and more to make themselves attractive to potential employees. One thing that can help set a company aside from all others is culture. Hays’ Jennifer Dillon explains what candidates should look for.

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Ahead of Jupiter arrival, Juno returns first colour photo of gas giant

Jun 28, 2016 08:36 am

It’s taken nearly five years to get there, but NASA’s Juno spacecraft is only a few days away from reaching Jupiter, but already we’re getting its first glimpse of the gas giant.

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Microsoft to pay woman $10,000 over Windows 10 update

Jun 28, 2016 08:13 am

Microsoft has agreed to pay $10,000 to a woman in California after her PC was left unstable after it tried to install Windows 10 without permission.

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai finds himself a guinea pig for security testing

Jun 28, 2016 07:58 am

Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has found himself the latest high-profile figure in tech to have his security tested with news that an online security firm accessed his Quora account and made their success known to the world.

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Try your luck at this maths puzzle of good and evil

Jun 28, 2016 07:55 am

Maths can be challenging. Mathematical problems can be daunting. Knowing where to begin, and knowing the right method to use, can be hard.

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Google and Amazon cast their eyes on the next tech battlefield: the digital classroom

Jun 28, 2016 07:47 am

Schools and the classroom in particular ought to be the first places that get the benefits of tech, but often don’t. All that’s about to change as both Google and Amazon reveal a slew of new tools aimed at inspiring teachers and students.

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Trinity and UCC win double at first Knowledge Transfer Ireland awards

Jun 27, 2016 07:24 pm

The winners of the inaugural Knowledge Transfer Ireland Impact Awards have been announced, with both Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork coming out on top.

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Aggressive ‘Top Gun’ AI outguns veteran pilot in combat simulator

Jun 27, 2016 05:29 pm

A recently-developed AI program dubbed ALPHA is being described as the most aggressive and responsive flight simulator to-date, having outwitted a veteran fighter pilot with thousands of hours of flight experience.

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Twitter reveals new #Stickers that act as visual hashtags

Jun 27, 2016 03:50 pm

Twitter has introduced a new visual medium for hashtags – new stickers, including emoji, that double up as hashtags with meaning.

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Indian start-up to begin shipping $4 smartphone at $440,000 loss

Jun 27, 2016 03:39 pm

Indian telecoms start-up Ringing Bells has revealed it’s set to finally begin shipping its Freedom 251 phone, once thought of as a media pipedream, to customers at $4 a phone – a massive loss.

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