Graham Stubbs: chief executive of Diona, a company which provides enterprise mobility solutions and consulting services 1:17

Graham Stubbs is the co-founder and chief executive of Diona, a company which provides enterprise mobility solutions and consulting services. He gradu(...)

Oracle’s executive chairman of the board and chief technology officer Larry Ellison. Oracle’s net income fell to $2.76 billion, or 62 cents per share, in the fourth quarter

Oracle forecast quarterly profit below analysts’ estimates, and said weak sales of its traditional database software licenses were made worse by a str(...)

Attendees at the “Limerick for IT” event try out some cool technologies, including the Oculus Rift virtual reality 3D Headset system.

The University of Limerick (UL) has been collaborating with industry, other education providers, and local authorities to help provide the skills requ(...)

Gaia Dempsey, managing director of DAQRI International, speaking to students at a Smart Futures talk

Managed by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in partnership with Engineers Ireland, the Smart Futures programme is aimed at promoting science, technolo(...)

Domino’s Pizza: results out Thursday. Photograph: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
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Curious crowds: HANAhaus, a cafe created by German technology giant SAP, has just opened in the tech hub of Palo Alto. It is located in the city’s much-loved 1927 Varsity Theatre

Coders and techies in cafes? The sight is so commonplace, especially in Silicon Valley, that it has become a geek cliche.But tech companies wading in (...)

IBM must help China build its IT industry rather than viewing the country solely as a sales destination or manufacturing base, IBM CEO Virginia  Rometty said. Photograph: Wu Hong/EPA

IBM will share technology with Chinese firms and will actively help build China’s industry, CEO Virginia Rometty said in Beijing as she set out a stra(...)

SAP is to reduce its global workforce by about 3 per cent

Business software supplier SAP, which employs over 1,200 people across three sites in Dublin and Galway, plans to cut about 2,200 positions, it said o(...)

Liam Ryan: students from Ireland would have no obligation to work for SAP after they graduated

Software firm SAP is looking to fund between five and 10 students here through third-level education, as part of an expansion of its Germany-based vo(...)

IBM posted a new 2015 profit target and quarterly revenue that both missed analysts’ estimates. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

IBM posted a new 2015 profit target and quarterly revenue that both missed analysts’ estimates, as the one-time world technology leader continues to (...)