Mark Fields of Ford talks about Ford Smart Mobility at CES. Photograph: EPA/MICHAEL NELSON 2:30

As the curtain is set to fall on yet another CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, the usual debate is almost certain to raise its head: is(...)

Petroceltic has a 50 per cent non-operated interest in North Port Fouad, which has an initial 3-year term and is extendable up to a maximum duration of 8 years

Oil and gas exploration firm Petroceltic has announced that a joint venture it formed with Edison International has received a new exploration licence(...)

In today’s high-tech world, you can get a gadget or an app that will solve almost any problem. It seems that nothing is immune to the high-tech touch (...)

Truly innovative businesses typically don’t emerge fully formed. Those that make it through from concept to successful commercial launch often travel (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with some of the construction workers on his tour of Intel today. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Intel unexpectedly revealed today it had spent $5 billion over the past three years upgrading its Leixlip plant in Co Kildare. The capit(...)

Lumus  exhibitor Ari Grobman, left, wears a pair of DK40 smartglasses while talking with attendee Darren Kitchen wearing Google Glass during the ShowStoppers exhibition at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show  in Las Vegas. Photograph: Patrick T Fallon/Bloomberg

The next computer you buy is likely to fit on a wrist or sit atop a nose. At least that is what many tech companies are hoping.At the International Co(...)