Django, the web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
A Maithú sponsored translation effort of the Django
web framework has just been added to the Django codebase
December 23, 2009
Maithú software on Android phone
Maithu have developed the 'O2 web launcher' software for the first Samsung Android phone on the Irish market, the 'Galaxy Spica'. The app allows users to access all O2 content, including Wallpapers, Music and O2TV from the launch screen of their phone.
November 17, 2009
Maithu Directors on cover of Business Plus
Maithu Directors Michael and Kerrill Thornhill are featured on the cover of the November issue of Business Plus and are interviewed for an article on the developing smart economy: More apps than Apts.
November 4, 2009
Get the Focal iPhone screenshots
Maithu launch the 'Get the Focal' Irish Translator on the i-phone app store
September 17, 2009
Screen shot of the Molloys E-Commerce website
Maithu launch new E-Commerce website for Molloys Pharmacies
August 27, 2009
Pictured at the Barr 50 awards are, Eunan MacCuinneagain (Westbic), Nigel Grothier (Samsung) and Kerrill Thornhill(Maithú).
Maithú are delighted to receive a nomination for the Barr 50 Gnó le Gaeilge.
June 26, 2009
Maithu Launch the new IAE Website and Content Management System
Maithu have developed a new website and content management system for the Irish Academy of Engineers.
June 15, 2009
Student Jade Osbourne is pictured at the SWICN Computer Clubhouse user testing the 'Get the Focal' mobile translator
To celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge, Irish IT company Maithú are giving away their 'Get the Focal' mobile phone translation application until the end of St. Patrick's week.
March 12, 2009
Maithú will be guest speaking at Mayos club caife throughout seachtain na gaeilge
March 10, 2009
Kerrill Thornhill, Maithu CEO; Nigel Grothier, National account manager, Samsung; Gail Weston, Product Manager, Samsung; Michael Thornhill, CTO Maithu and Gary Twohig, Samsung country manager at the Samsung Pixon Launch
Irish IT company Maithú limited have been contracted by Samsung Ireland to supply an Irish translation application for their mobile handsets. Following the success of their Tocco phone which was the first to have predictive text 'as gaeilge', Samsung have included the Gaelfón Dictionary application on their recently launched Pixon phone and plan to have it on new phones in the Irish market.
February 20, 2009
Release early, release often
February 5, 2009