Consumer sentiment inched higher in April, breaking a run of declines since January’s 15-year high. But the index showed households were remained ca(...)

Semiconductor visionaries: Seán Mitchell, David Moloney and John Bourke – co-founders of Movidius which develops vision-sensing technology. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Back in 2011, Irish start-up Movidius was trying to tap into the 3D market with a silicon chip that could be integrated into phones to work with softw(...)

HTC may have lost ground to rival Samsung but that doesn’t mean the phone maker is giving up. Oh no, it’s hitting back harder with the HTC 10. At fir(...)

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Consumers are increasingly looking for financial services providers that are embracing technology, turning to digital and mobile payments, a new surve(...)

Intel has about 4,500 employees and about 700 long-term contract workers in Ireland, mainly in the chipmaker’s largest site in Europe, outside Leixlip, Co. Kildare. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Intel began one-on-one meetings with Irish staff on Tuesday evening detailing the terms of redundancy pay on offer under the technology giant’s plans (...)

 Willy Kelly, managing director, Micromail; Aisling Curtis, small mid-market solutions & partner director for Microsoft Ireland; and John Purdy, chief executive, Ergo

IT services provider Ergo has bought software licensing specialist Micromail for an undisclosed sum. As part of the deal, Micromail, which is based (...)

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Private equity fund Carlyle Cardinal Ireland has invested an undisclosed sum in Northern Ireland based e-learning company Learning Pool. The Derry-b(...)

SL Controls managing director Keith Moran. Photograph: Brian Gavin/Press 22

Equipment systems engineering firm SL Controls is set to grow its workforce, adding 20 jobs as it expands into Europe. The firm said it would hire e(...)

Microsoft’s staff work on innovative ideas at one of the 45 Garage chapters around the world.

When chief executive Satya Nadella took over at the helm of Microsoft in 2014, he came with a mission to change the culture of the company. It wasn’(...)

Intel confirmed Ireland would be impacted by the company cuts and that employees would be notified “within 72 hours of May 4th” in relation to job losses.  Photograph: Reuters

Hundreds of jobs are set to go at Intel’s Irish operations as part of a global restructuring by the computer chip giant. Staff are now awaiting detai(...)