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Alphabet’s Google hit with claims it had collected sensitive data from 4 million iPhone users. Photograph: Reuters

London’s high court on Monday blocked an attempt to bring legal action against Alphabet’s Google over claims it had collected sensitive data from 4 mi(...)

‘The last time we were in there, the triplets smashed an eight-foot-high Chewbacca into about a million pieces and I left without paying for the damage.’

Sorcha has decided she needs an entire new work wardrobe, so into town we go. I throw the cor into the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre cor pork, then (...)

Lord Sugar with this year’s Apprentice candidates, who include ‘the Beyoncé of business’, a ‘mumpreneur’, an ‘extremist’, a molester of metaphorical bulls and   a human ATM. Photograph: Jim Marks

Apprentice 2019 will be a little different, I think. Brexit will have come and gone by then and few will remember the old ways (partly because without(...)

Four men arriving from Moscow at the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport as the Netherlands expelled four alleged Russian agents in April. Photograph: Ho/Dutch Defence Ministry/AFP

It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence. In the 30 days since UK prime minister Theresa May re(...)

Chris Horn column is  on being, and remaining, human as the opportunities to enhance our bodies become reality.

Leading Irish public relations agency Drury Porter Novelli recorded a double digit increases in its turnover last year although its profit declined as(...)

Searches for pizza rose from 2003 to 2008, and have remained more or less steady ever since

When Google’s search engine debuted 20 years ago it had a relatively easy job in comparison to the vastness of the web today: there were only 25 milli(...)

Amazon’s pay rise helps to address growing discontent at working conditions in its network of logistics warehouses. Photograph: AP

A few hours after Amazon announced it would raise the minimum wage for its US staff to $15 (€13) an hour, chief executive Jeff Bezos appeared on stage(...)

Sridhar Ramaswamy who is soon to depart Google to join Greylock Ventures.

He’s been considered the most important person worldwide in online advertising. Now he’s moving on, but Google’s Sridhar Ramaswamy says there is plent(...)

Sean Dunne was described by the judge as a “deeply dishonest” witness who clearly told lies. Photograph: Collins

A US court has upheld a ruling finding property developer Sean Dunne in contempt of court and in violation of a subpoena for failing to hand over emai(...)

Renault has actually managed to pull off something of a surprise at the Paris motor show by introducing us to the K-ZE, its new affordable electric cr(...)

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