HP Spectre X2: €1,299

The HP Spectre X2 reminds me a little of the Surface Pro. Actually, it reminds me a lot of the Microsoft machine. Let’s look at the evidence, shall we(...)

JobBridge was originally envisioned to provide around 5,000 work placements, this number has increased to over 46,000 position since 2011. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Impact trade union has said that the JobBridge scheme has “grown out of control” and is “now poorly designed and regulated”. Speaking to Newsta(...)

The most frequent user of the JobBridge scheme has been the HSE which brought on 399 Jobbridge interns over the five years since its inception, followed by the GAA with 249 interns. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Impact trade union has called for the JobBridge internship scheme to be ended following reports that it has been used to fill hundreds of position(...)

US tech giant Intel has announced plans to cut up to 12,000 jobs as it seeks to reorient its business to reduce dependence on the slumping personal computer market. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

IDA Ireland has an enviable track record when it comes to attracting big technology firms. And they don’t come much bigger than Intel, arguably the ag(...)

Microsoft founder Bill Gates with then  Intel president Andy Grove in 1992.

Famous deaths inevitably prompt hyperbole, but in the case of Intel’s former president, CEO and chairman Andy Grove, it is impossible to overstate his(...)

Andy Grove pictured in California in 2004. Grove, the former Intel chief executive whose youth under Nazi occupation and escape from the Iron Curtain inspired an “only the paranoid survive” management philosophy that saved the chip maker from financial ruin in the 1980s, has died. Intel said Grove died on Monday, March 21, 2016. He was 79. (Photograph: Paul Sakuma/AP)

Andy Grove, the Silicon Valley elder statesman who made Intel into the world’s top chipmaker and helped usher in the personal computer age, died on T(...)

Mark McCloskey: much of his early career was with Denis O’Brien’s Esat Telecom at a time when it was a proving ground for a whole generation of future Irish business leaders.

It all started in hospital, appropriately enough. Recuperating in a four-bed ward after knee surgery, access to the television quickly became an irrit(...)

Cesanta’s founders Anatoly Lebedev and Sergey Lyubka: Lebedev will speak about security for the internet of things at CeBit this week

The predictions for the internet of things (IoT) are all pointing up, with research firm Gartner estimating 20 billion connected devices by 2020. Wh(...)

Séamus Harnedy is one of six changes for Cork’s game against dublin at Croke Park on Saturday. Photograph:  Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Cork hurlers come to Dublin on Saturday looking for their first win of the current Allianz League Division One A campaign and manager Kieran Kingston (...)

Dell employs about 2,500 people in Ireland, with EMC employing a similar amount, and VMWare having about 700 staff here

Dell, the world’s third-biggest maker of computers, is set to gain unconditional EU antitrust approval for its $67 billion bid for data storage compan(...)