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Andreas Mundt:  his agency ruled in February that Facebook had broken the country’s law and demanded that it stop automatically sharing data among the services it owns, such as Instagram and WhatsApp, or websites that use its ‘like’ and ‘share’ buttons. Photograph: Jann Höfer/New York Times

Germany’s top antitrust enforcer, Andreas Mundt, recently asked a room full of lawyers, academics and regulators to imagine a wall filled with their p(...)

AT&T was already using Red Hat technology and has been one of IBM’s biggest customers for the past two decades

IBM has landed its first high-profile customer for the set of cloud computing technologies it assumed following the completion of its $34bn purchase o(...)

File photo of an Uber car. Photograph: Laura Dale/PA Wire

Uber will factor in whether it meets specific diversity targets when it calculates bonuses for its chief executive and other top officials as the US r(...)

A Russian T-14 Armata main battle tank.  “Military advisers tell me it looks at least 10 years ahead of any other tank on the planet. It can be remote controlled at the moment, but they’re rushing to make  it fully autonomous so it can go out on its own.” Photograph: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is not looking to prevent the rise of Robocop. It has no plans to crush the (convincing yet CGI) robot from Bosstow(...)

IBM said it has closed its acquisition of software company Red Hat. Photograph: EPA

IBM said on Tuesday it has closed its $34 billion (€30.33 billion) acquisition of software company Red Hat as it looks to ramp up its cloud-computing (...)

A view of the St Ulrich and Afra Church in the city of Augsburg, Bavaria,  Germany. Photograph: Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images

The motto of the CSU visit to Ireland is: “Bavarian Lion meets Celtic Tiger.” With that in mind, Bavaria’s thriving Irish community has issued advice (...)

Alphabet’s Google moved production of its US-bound motherboards to Taiwan. Photograph: iStock

HP and Dell Technologies plan to move as much as 30 per cent of their notebook production away from China to avert US tariffs, the Nikkei cited anonym(...)

While there are challenges on the horizon, as evidenced by US president Donald Trump’s tax changes, Ireland has managed to maintain its competitive edge in the face of an ever-changing global trade environment. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

In a global political environment where news coverage appears to endlessly suggest that populism and protectionism is the new norm, it’s perhaps easy (...)

The Data Protection Commissioner has 20 investigations open into multinational technology companies whose European headquarters in Ireland put them under its watch.

The Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), has opened a third privacy investigation into iPhone maker Apple over the last few weeks, a spokesman for the (...)

The US stock market has looked much pricier than other developed markets over the last decade but it has justified seemingly hefty valuation multiples precisely because US companies have been so profitable.   Photograph: Westend61/Getty images

US earnings season is about to get under way and corporate profit margins are bound to come under the spotlight. Margins have remained near record lev(...)

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