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Students and parents of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa demand justice in Mexico City after their  forced disappearances. Photograph: Cristian Leyva

Bloody handprints on walls, stained clothes, plastic cable ties, machetes and, as one person observes, the crunch of bones beneath a thick blanket of (...)

Fitbit Charge 4 starts from €150

Fitbit hasn’t gone away you know. The fitness tracker company is set to be bought by Google following a $2.1 billion (€1.93 billion) deal that was ann(...)

Jack  Dorsey (43) joins a growing list of celebrities, world leaders and technologists who are earmarking some portion of their wealth to fighting the spread of the coronavirus and its effects.  Photo: Getty Images

Jack Dorsey, chief executive of Twitter and Square, said he planned to donate $1 billion (€920 million), or just under a third of his total wealth, to(...)

The Data Protection Commission has carried out an analysis of 40 Irish websites. Photograph: Getty Images

Health-related websites may be sharing details of users’ illnesses or conditions with advertisers “without a lawful basis” the Data Protection Commiss(...)

Peter Cahill, co-founder of Voysis, which has been bought by Apple

Voysis, an Irish company that has developed technology that helps digital voice assistants understand natural language better, has been acquired by Ap(...)

Two women wearing face masks make their way to the shops on an almost deserted Henry Street in Dublin’s city centre. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

New data released by Google shows a declines across the board in people attending public places in the Republic, as restrictions aimed at reducing the(...)

Amy Huberman: ‘I was happy with toilet roll and hand sanitiser (as a birthday present) for now’

The writer and actor Amy Huberman had just finished filming the second season of her RTÉ comedy Finding Joy when the coronavirus pandemic hit Ireland.(...)

Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller and author of Narrative Economics: ‘A lot of what happens economically actually depends on the stories we tell each other and a lot of what people do is not really optimal for them.’ Photograph:  Taylor Hill/Getty Images

Economics is driven by the stories we tell each other, and those which become very popular have the power to drive economic events like stock market c(...)

Sometimes patents are taken out protectively, to stop a rival company from doing something similar. Photograph: iStock

Once we get through this Covid-19 crisis (and we will, given time) then the car industry will have some major decisions to make. While the scramble to(...)

Video calling has fast become our only way of keeping in contact with the outside world, but what are your options and which one is best for you? Han(...)

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