A computer user poses in front of a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Brussels. Photograph: Francois Lenoir/Reuters

Google risks a fresh round of criticism after its attempts to apply a court ruling giving citizens the right to be forgotten backfired, the State’s da(...)

Sign of the times: software company Intercom has taken over one floor in the former bank premises on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Irish software firm Intercom has moved into the former headquarters of Anglo Irish Bank, taking a floor of the once blighted building on St Stephen’s (...)

Silicon Valley Letter

‘You’ll know all about this when you hit 40,” I joked, straining my eyes to spot my name on an ID badge for a tech “meetup” at the Googleplex in Mount(...)

Meeting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was a highlight of Michael Sayman’s internship with the social media giant. But there are financial rewards too, and it has become standard for US based engineering interns to snag free housing, transportation and salaries of more than $6,000 a month.

Facebook rolled out the red carpet for Michael Sayman when the social network hired him for a job that started last month, including flying him out to(...)

Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel: confirmed as a speaker at The Summit in November

Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel, co-founder of online giants such as PayPal as well as analytics and security firm Palantir Technologies amongst others,(...)

Rental negotiator Angela McCabe with prospective renters husband and wife Guillaume and Blanche de Montalivet view an apartment for rent in The Hibernian Apartments, The Gasworks, Barrow Street, Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

For 25 years, the Relocation Bureau has been helping workers from overseas locate to Ireland, but rarely has the lack of accommodation been as acute i(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny speaks with John Hinshaw (2nd R), executive vice president of technology and Operations for Hewlett Packard and Martin Murphy (L), managing director of Hewlett Packard Ireland, at the company’s headquarters office in Palo Alto, California recently. Photograph: Josh Edelson/IDA Ireland/Handout via Reuters

The Taoiseach touched down in Silicon Valley on Wednesday June 4th on the Aer Lingus direct flight for his second official visit to the technology mec(...)

Enda Kenny is due to meet Facebook chief executive Sheryl Sandberg tomorrow. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will arrive in the United States today for a three-day visit to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, where he will meet senior exec(...)

Essentialism, says Greg McKeown, is about disciplining your way of thinking. It is not so much about getting more done in less time, as getting the ri(...)

The Data Protection Commissioner’s office dealt with 1,507 valid data breach notifications, including the largest such breach it had ever dealt with – the breach by the Ennis-based company Loyaltybuild (above), which processed holiday loyalty schemes on behalf of companies all over Europe, including Supervalu and Axa in Ireland.

The disclosure by a GP of a woman’s medical records to an insurance company and the sending of an email containing a patient file by another GP to an (...)