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The Nokia Lumia smartphone: third-quarter results have showed growth in sales of the smartphone. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Nokia predicted a more profitable future for its NSN networks equipment business yesterday, raising hopes for growth in what will be the Finnish firm’(...)

A specially chartered train will today bring more than 180 entrepreneurs and venture capitalists from Cork to the RDS for the Dublin Web Summit.The tr(...)

Aer Lingus shed 4 cent before settling at €1.399. Photograph: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

Markets were not exactly on fire yesterday, but the general trend was positive as the bank holiday weekend approached. International data was mixed, w(...)

Amazon is trying to turn itself from an online retailer into a broader technology company offering gadgets like tablets to consumers and cloud computing services to corporations and governments. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Amazon. com Inc posted a narrower quarterly loss and grew sales by a better-than-expected 24 per cent yesterday, sending its shares up 8 per cent.The (...)

Microsoft is looking for a replacement for chief executive officer Steve Ballmer.  Photograph: Bogdan Cristel/Reuters

Microsoft reported first- quarter sales and profit that exceeded analysts’ projections as the company, which is looking for a replacement for chief ex(...)

 Apple chief executive  Tim Cook. The company is adopting a more aggressive approach to rivals. Photograph: Getty Images.

Apple’s decision to give away its productivity software free of charge to customers may have passed by most people on Tuesday night with barely a rais(...)

Bill Gates: José Manuel Soria, Spain’s industry minister, told Spanish radio yesterday that the Gates’ investment demonstrated that the country’s economy now generated “greater confidence and credibility”

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has made a big bet on the recovery of Spain’s construction sector by becoming the second-largest shareholder in FCC, (...)

 Apple  chief executive  Tim Cook  at the launch yesterday of the iPad 5 and other products in San Francisco, California.  Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Apple threw down the gauntlet to its rivals yesterday as it unveiled its thinnest and lightest tablet, the iPad Air. Claiming to be the lightes(...)

Companies face massive fines of up to €100 million under the proposed new data protection regulation currently being debated by the European Parliament. A committee of MEPs last night voted in favour of a draft that will now be the subject of negotiations with the European Council.

Companies such as Google, Facebook and Apple - which have their European headquarters in Ireland - may be forced to seek clearance from data protectio(...)

Ahead of Apple’s launch of the upgraded iPad later today, Nokia has unveiled its first tablet and two large-screen smartphones, known as phablets, at (...)

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