The Private College Network has lodged a formal complaint against State bodies alleging ‘unfair and anti-competitive practices’ in regard to English language education courses.  File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

(...) to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission. “Their businesses are now being put at risk(...)

The Surface 3 has full Windows software and runs on an Intel Atom x7 chip.

Microsoft is coming back for another shot at the iPad, with new version of its Surface tablet dubbed Surface 3. Unlike the Surface RT, which was the c(...)

The mobile maze – by design or by accident – is always working against consumers, but they can fight back. Illustration: Getty Images

(...) data downloaded. And technology is coming to consumers’ aid in other ways. Smartphone apps, in(...)

BlackBerry posted  revenue of $660 million (€605 million) in the final three months of its fiscal year, a drop of about a third compared with the same period last year and its lowest three-month sales figure since 2007. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

BlackBerry posted its lowest quarterly revenue in more than eight years yesterday, as the Canadian smartphone maker struggled to find new sources of r(...)

Twitter has launched Periscope, a live streaming app. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Forget about snapping and filtering still images to share with social media; these days it’s all about live streaming. Twitter has got in on the act, (...)

Windows 10 for phones ties in with the desktop version of the software; in fact, it’s all the same

Microsoft is upping the stakes in the smartphone war. Windows Phone 8 is about to be consigned to the dustbin; Windows 10 is the future. At least, Mic(...)

Ruth Porat of Morgan Stanley: feeling the lure of the Golden State. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

(...) toward technology.More interesting are the decisions of thousands of less famous names, promising young(...)

 Last year’s Cool Projects event at DCU which included 250 projects from children aged seven to 17. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The call for Ireland’s best and brightest young coders is set to go out next week as CoderDojo’s Coolest Projects opens for registration. The event, w(...)

Trend Micro, the cybersecurity firm based in the US, said criminals have developed advanced mobile applications and tools that siphon their victims’ online passwords and contacts to increase the chance that they will pay up

For years, criminals have been tricking people into performing embarrassing sexual acts on the internet, and then blackmailing them with recordings o(...)

Kevin Holler and Thomas Cullen, founders of Shake, raised €50,000 from family, friends and former colleagues to get the site off the ground.

A new Irish start-up is hoping to shake up the recruitment market, by matching students and recent graduates with paid internships and jobs.The onlin(...)