Last year’s Cool Projects event at DCU which included 250 projects from children aged seven to 17. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The call for Ireland’s best and brightest young coders is set to go out next week as CoderDojo’s Coolest Projects opens for registration. The event, w(...)

Kathleen Marie Maughan, who has developed a anti-bullying app, at the CoderDojo class run by Deansrath Family Centre, in Clondalkin, Co. Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Standing on stage at this summer’s CoderDojo Coolest Project Awards in DCU with 250 other young competitors, Kathleen Marie Maughan (12) did not expec(...)

In too deep: parents need to monitor how much time their children spend in front of screens. Photograph: Ben Solomon/New York Times

Children as young as two are tapping on a television to change channel, scrolling on the cover of a book to turn the page and getting lost in their pa(...)

The Dublin-San Francisco direct route – the first in five years – is expected to create new economic development opportunities for both Ireland and San Francisco

“I already feel way better,” says Adaptics co-founder Jack Phelan. “You don’t have that apprehension that when you arrive, after nearly a day t(...)

Cork CoderDojo member Emily Ray teaches San Francisco students how to code as part of a five-day trip developing technology links between the sister cities

Thought and voice-powered technology will replace smartphones and computers over the next decade, according to the co-founder of the company be(...)

Former Zynga executive Marcus Segal addresses the Smart People Smart Economy conference at the US Embassy. Photograph: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Companies can no longer expect to become major global technology players without having an Irish base, a Dublin conference hea(...)

It’s been a busy week for mobile deal company Temptster. Fresh off the back of an appearance on RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den(...)