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Major car makers are chasing a purported €300-billion pot of autonomous gold, the predicted level of cash to be made from autonomous car services by 2030.

I’m not a Luddite. I would not have been among the angry mob throwing their wooden shoes (known as sabos, hence saboteurs) into the workings of weavi(...)

  Jenny Rodden, Three Store manager in Galway, with Eugene and Ronan Greaney from The Dough Bros Wood Fired Pizza, one the businesses that uses the 3Plus app to find new customers. Photo: Andrew Downes/xposure.ie

Originally launched in 2015, Three Ireland’s 3Plus loyalty app is now being used by businesses around Ireland to target users living locally and who m(...)

“R&D is seriously expensive, and a lot of things tried don’t work out at the later stages after spending a huge amount of money.” Photograph: iStock

The need for new drugs and health products continues to rise while regulators, consumers and healthcare providers are demanding greater value for mone(...)

The traditional image of R&D is of a group of scientists in a lab somewhere working on projects together. This has been overtaken by a model where multiple labs and groups around the world work on projects together. Photograph: iStock

R&D becomes S&D Life sciences R&D is massively expensive, with each new drug coming to market costing at least €1 billion when the amount(...)

The Alphabet unit, which began life a decade ago as Google’s self-driving car project, said it hoped the release would fuel research into self-driving technologies by adding to the body of data that could be drawn upon

In a bid to shorten the lengthy process of teaching cars to drive themselves, Waymo announced on Wednesday that it would make “the largest fully self-(...)

The social network has added a new tool that will allow users to see what data is being shared by third party websites with Facebook

Have you ever felt that Facebook is watching your every move online - even when you aren’t logged in to the social media platform? That’s not too far (...)

The unusual bond market phenomenon presented itself last week for the first time in more than 12 years. Photograph: iStock

Searches on Google for “inverted yield curve” have spiked after the unusual bond market phenomenon presented itself last week for the first time in mo(...)

Ren Zhengfei, founder and chief executive officer of Huawei Technologies. Photograph: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei warned in an internal memo the company is at a “live or die moment” and advised underutilised employees to form “commando (...)

 Gareth Whalley of Bradford City in action during the UEFA Intertoto Cup second round second leg against FK Atlantas at Valley Parade in Bradford in July 2000.  Bradford City won the match 4-1. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Allsport

In the second round of the 2000/01 Intertoto Cup, Bradford City beat FK Atlantas of Lithuania 7-2 on aggregate, with Ireland’s Andy O’Brien playing ce(...)

Huawei is  preparing for the worst, announcing a new version of its own operating system last week. Photograph: Getty Images

The Huawei saga continues to drag on, with the US granting it a second 90-day extension that allows it to keep doing business with US companies. On on(...)

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