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Blurred lines: augmented reality seamlessly blends reality and virtual, taking us even deeper into a world where the lines between reality and the artificial continue to blur

Bots are getting busier Bots are the new minions of the world wide web. Turning up almost everywhere, recent estimates suggest there is now more bot (...)

The drawingroom in Coopershill House, Riverstown, Co Sligo.

At the top end of the short-term rental market, it’s not unusual to find reality and fantasy fuse, making it possible to live out the Downton Abbey or(...)

Workers at the Paris Bakery in Moore Street are staging a sit-in protest over the non-payment of wages. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Former workers at the Paris Bakery on Moore Street in Dublin will picket Leinster House tomorrow calling for changes to legislation where companies ce(...)

Workers at the Paris Bakery in Dublin’s Moore Street last week during their sit-in protest, with  Paris Bakery owner Yannick Forel (centre). Photograph: Dave Meehan

A group of employees refusing to leave the Paris Bakery in Dublin in a dispute over unpaid wages say they hope the impasse can be resolved today foll(...)

Mael Megret, one of the workers at the Paris Bakery in Moore St who  staged a sit-in protest over the non-payment of wages, in the premises today. Pictured at rear right is Paris Bakery is owner Yannick Forel. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times.

Workers at the Paris Bakery intend to sit in at the Dublin bakery over the weekend in their dispute with the owner over unpaid wages . Some 15 workers(...)

According to Richard Ramsey, the chief economist with Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland, the rate of company failures in Scotland, Wales and England, while still an issue, is not as extreme as it is in the North. Photograph: Peter Houlihan

The North’s Department of Enterprise is not often known for its perfect timing – so perhaps it is just a “lucky” coincidence that it is looking for a (...)