Will it be Woz? Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is on the shortlist to be immortalised in wax at San Francisco’s Madame Tussauds. Photograph: Tony Avelar/Bloomberg News

Some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent technology figures have been waxing lyrical on Twitter this past week. Or at least, they’ve been getting excit(...)

Last November, Get Invited founders Kyle Gawley, David Turner and Christopher Murphy were meeting for coffee across Belfast with a variety of l(...)

Otto Ryder, Maciek Smyk and John Naik from Arklow Community College, Wicklow, with their project “A Study of the Association of Diet and Physical Activity with Child Overweight and Obesity” , at the BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition at the RDS in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Never underestimate the power of a science and technology fair. As thousands of young people and adults cram into the RDS for the 50th annual BT Young(...)

Soundwave

The new music discovery app from an Irish start-up has already found itself some high-profile fans. Steve Wozniak described it as a music product that(...)

A new tech festival aims to discover the next big thing, enabling music technology companies to pitch ideas to potential investors. The Hard Working(...)

Brendan O’Driscoll, co-founder of Soundwave, pitches at SXSW in Austin, Texas

“Bono predicted it, we built it and Steve Wozniak endorsed it” – Irish entrepreneur Brendan O’Driscoll about his new music-discovery app Soundwave whi(...)

One of the first Apple computers ever built goes on the Christie’s auction block in New York next week — and it could sell for $500,000.The Apple 1 fr(...)

Soundwave goes live today, but will officially launch on Monday.

Monday is D-Day for Dublin-based Soundwave, the former participant in NDRC’s LaunchPad accelerator programme. The app, which goes live on iPhone and A(...)

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reacts during his talk at the EBN Congress, one of Europe’s largest business events which is being held inDerry. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The co-founder of US technology giant Apple which used its Irish subsidiaries to lower its tax bill has said big corporations should be treated the sa(...)

Staff leaving the Apple factory  at Hollyhill, Cork in January 1999 after 500 job losses were announced at the plant. Photograph:  Mark Kelleher/News Pic’s.

Despite the impression that might be created at yesterday’s US senate hearings Apple’s Irish operations are not some shady brass-plate operatio(...)