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Setapp by MacPaw: the Mac-based  software subscription service provides access to 60 commonly used apps, with as many as 240 to follow this year,  for $9.99 a month

The subscription model has changed music and revolutionised how we consume films and television shows, but can it disrupt the software industry? Is i(...)

Barbie’s back: the former monoethnic doll  is now available in 23 multicultural variations, with eight skin tones

Christmas is coming: an event as exciting for the toymakers hoping to fill stockings with this year’s hottest new playthings as it is for the children(...)

Yahoo said the cyber attack that led to the data breach took place in 2013. Photograph: Reuters

1. Use unique passwords for all your accounts What: Stop kidding yourself that you only re-use passwords on accounts that don’t matter, or that you h(...)

The Black Friday sale on Thanksgiving Day at Target in Chicago, Illinois

Online spending by US bargain hunters climbed to above $1 billion (€940m) by Thanksgiving evening, according to Adobe Digital Index, surging almost 14(...)

Adobe: two of it Irish-based units reported a strong year for 2015.

Two Irish-based subsidiaries of the software firm Adobe reported increases in turnover last year. Adobe Software Trading Company Limited, which is ba(...)

Some gadgets can make college life much easier. Photograph: Getty

With the new college term looming, now is the time to start getting all the essentials you need to get you through the academic year – and that includ(...)

Melosity founder Rory O’Farrell

There’s nothing musicians like better than getting the opportunity to jam with each other but finding the time and space to do so isn’t always easy. (...)

Helen Dixon: “Other privacy regulators in Europe now are asserting jurisdiction over Facebook in certain cases.”  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Engagement with Irish-based multinationals such as Facebook and LinkedIn remains a “constant task for vigilance” and engagement on the new products a(...)

 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 (...)

Ryanair closing up nearly 3 per cent at €13.60, which was roughly in line with its European rivals. Photograph: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

World equity markets capped a fifth week of gains yesterday, their best run in more than two years, as a 2016 high for oil, the dollar’s recent decli(...)

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