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Dublin Web Summit: part 5

By Mark Rodden

In the last of our series from this month's Web Summit in Dublin, we hear from two organisations founded in Ireland. One aims to use information technology to boost education in disadvantaged communities, while the other helps expatriates support relatives back home by topping up their phone.

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