Mass leaflet for the ‘Celebration of Life: Ashley Donohoe and Olivia Burke’

Family statement in full On behalf of the Donohoe and Burke families, we want to thank everyone for their ongoing support and prayers. We e(...)

Ransomware attacks rose by 165 per cent in the three months of the year, according to Intel’s McAfee Labs Threats Report for May.

The number of high-tech extortion schemes almost doubled in the early months of 2015, a global report has claimed, while attacks on Adobe Flash softwa(...)

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In Numbers: Totally Photoshopped 25 Number of years since Adobe shipped its first iteration of culture-shifting software Photoshop. The image editing (...)

Ciarán O’Leary, partner at Earlybird Venture Capital in Berlin

If the Web Summit is an X Factor for start-ups, then the venture capitalists are its Simon Cowells and Louis Walshes. More than 700 investors –(...)

‘Raindrop’ by Alistair McClymont, part of the ‘Strange Weather’ exhibition at the Science Gallery

This summer has had us swapping between wellies and sunscreen, but tomorrow evening at Dublin’s Science Gallery, the wellies will surely win. Dark &am(...)

Mind what you say near bags of crisps

You should always mind what you say close to a microphone. Just ask any politician whose undiplomatic utterances have been captured for all to hear. B(...)

Steve Jobs: At his insistence Google backed off hiring three engineers who had already left Apple, according to the judge. Photograph:  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

A US judge has offered a behind-the-scenes look at the force of will with which Steve Jobs once held sway over Silicon Valley, as she threw out a prop(...)

Google is now winning the battle of the browsers, according to a new study.

Google’s Chrome is now the most popular internet browser in the world, according to a new study.The latest Adobe Digital Index (ADI) report reveals t(...)

Google: Prof Stewart’s research paper gives the internet giant as one example of a firm incorporated in Ireland but not regarded as resident for corporate tax purposes. Others include Apple, LinkedIn, Adobe Software and Microsoft. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Large subsidiaries of multinationals, such as Apple and Google, which are based in Ireland are able to escape paying corporation tax due to an “exc(...)

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt. Four tech companies including Google have agreed to pay a total of $324 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of conspiring to hold down salaries. Photo: Bloomberg

Four major tech companies including Apple and Google have agreed to pay a total of $324 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of conspirin(...)