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An event promoting the debut of Microsoft's Windows 8 in Tokyo last year. The release failed to win unqualified support

When Windows 8 hit the market last October, the reaction was decidedly muted. All the “start me up” excitement of the past launches seems to have pete(...)

Fine Gael’s Dara Murphy: his amendment was passed that allows for the inquiry’s report to recommend that extra witnesses be called to facilitate further inquiry.

An Oireachtas Committee has voted overwhelmingly against hearing evidence from multinationals as part of an inquiry into Ireland’s role in reducing th(...)

EU justice commissioner Viviane Reding, with Minister for Justice Alan Shatter and   US attorney general Eric Holder in Dublin. Ms Reding said: “The Europeans won’t let this go. They want to know clearly what has really been going on.” Photograph:  Department of The Taoiseach via Getty Images

As the European Parliament sunk its teeth yesterday afternoon into the subject of US government surveillance activities – in particular new claims by (...)

Don Mattrick, the new chief executive of games developer Zynga, speaking at a press event unveiling Microsoft’s new Xbox earlier this year. Photograph: Nick Adams/Reuters

Zynga has hired Don Mattrick, the former head of Microsoft ’s entertainment division, as its new chief executive officer, seeking to reignite growth a(...)

Microsoft has once again been voted the best place to work in Europe.

  Software company Microsoft has been voted the best place to work in Europe for the fifth successive year. The Great Place to Work li(...)

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gestures as he delivers his keynote address at the Microsoft “Build” conference in San Francisco, California, yesterday. Photograph: Robert Galbraith/Reuters

Microsoft has released a test version of its Windows 8 operating system, restoring some old Windows features in a move designed to reignite interes(...)

An Austrian-based student group has filed a complaint that Facebook and Apple’s Irish subsidiaries broke EU law by allegedly sharing data with US inte(...)

Left to right: Karl Aherne, director of Wayra Ireland, Liam Casey, founder CEO of PCH International and Richard Whelan, CEO of Popdeem Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

It’s crunch day for 11 young companies that form the first Irish graduating group from Wayra, Telefónica’s start-up accelerator.A stage has been set u(...)

Ellen Page in Beyond: Two Souls

Games have been big business for some time now, with blockbuster titles such as Call of Duty, Battlefield and Fifa shifting millions of units and notc(...)

An Austrian-based student group has filed a complaint that Facebook and Apple’s Irish subsidiaries broke EU law by allegedly sharing data with US intelligence services. Photograph: Martin Keene/PA Wire.

An Austrian-based student group has filed a complaint that Facebook and Apple’s Irish subsidiaries broke EU law by allegedly sharing data with US inte(...)

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