Wifi is a funny thing. On one hand, it’s made our lives a lot easier, freeing us from the cord and tethers that we once needed to get a connection to (...)

Cars are becoming increasingly more high tech these days, from some fancy in-car entertainment systems to those self driving ones that Google has been(...)

The Samsung Gear VR, priced $199, uses your Note 4 or Galaxy S6 to bring virtual reality right to you

Virtual reality is a funny thing. In theory, we like the idea of total immersion in something, whether it’s a movie, game or just a couple of photogra(...)

Providence Resources chief executive Tony O’Reilly said it was a year of “significant progress” despite a challenging backdrop for the industry. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Operating losses at Irish based oil and gas exploration firm Providence Resources narrowed in 2014, with the company recording a loss of €6.46 millio(...)

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises said underlying revenue rose in the third quarter and maintained its full year guidance as it delivered an int(...)

eSentire’s security operations centre uses analysts to continuously identify threats around the clock. Photograph: Thinkstock

Canadian technology firm eSentire is to base its European headquarters and security operations centre in Cork, creating almost 100 jobs over the ne(...)

Aer Lingus Regional showed a strong start to 2015, the company said.

Aer Lingus Regional continued to record growth in April with load factor up 8 per cent in April compared to a year earlier. Load factor, which (...)

Irish engineering group Mincon said revenue rose 40 per cent in the first quarter of the year as additional revenue from acquisitions boosted results.(...)

Qualtrics chief executive Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny: the tech firm has leased a building close to St Stephen’s Green and it has more space than it needs to accommodate the planned 250-strong workforce. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US-based Qualtrics started out as a family business when it was founded in 2002, but more than a decade later it has grown into an international compa(...)

 Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the opening of the company’s first Dublin office in 2013.  Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

US software firm Qualtrics is to create 100 jobs at its Dublin base.The new roles will take the number of people employed by the firm to 250 by the en(...)