A fantastic new website for the recently launched estate agent on the Northside of Dublin
Delighted to launch www.lehanes.com a family run estate agency business with a local staff committed to providing the best possible service to customers in Cork.
A real pleasure to deal with and we wish you all the success in 2015
4pm use the DNS services from Viatel formally Digiweb and they were upgrading or migrating accounts from one CPanel to another and accidentally created a lot of headaches today for ourselves and also a lot of our customers.
All is sorted and everything it seems to back up and running OK again so we are extending their apology for the outage.
Apple is getting ready to put it’s first wearable device on the market this October. They hope to produce 3 to 5 million smartwatches a month.
These smartwatches seem to be a strategic move for Apple following Samsung’s Electronic’s Galaxy Gear watches. The features of the watch are yet to be revealed but
they are likely to display certain sensors that can gather health information from daily calorie consumption to sleep activity.
Wall Street is hoping to see a new Apple product this year as there seems to have been a drought of New Apple products on the market.
Apple declined to comment.
Is this going to be the next ‘must have’? 4pm would like to know what you think and whether you will be dashing out to get a new smartwatch this October?
According to figures released by the Central Statistics Office house prices across Ireland rose by an average of 8.1% in the year to February. The latest statistics show that on average house prices have been rising steadily for nine consecutive months and that the average national price rise is the strongest that it has been since before the crash in June 2007. These figures give strength to the belief that the recovery of the Irish housing market is well under-way.
Outside of Dublin house prices across the country rose by 0.9% during the month of February and were up by 4.2% compared with the same month last year. However, the value of property in the capital fell by 0.6% compared to the previous month of January. However, house prices in Dublin still managed to be 13.3% higher than they were in February 2013, making the overall picture a positive one despite this small setback. Equally the progressively rising prices across the rest of the country offer more than a little compensation for an under-performing Dublin.
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