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UK consumer information organisation Which? warned of security vulnerabilities in the Furby Connect toy.

Smart toys such as Furby Connect and My Friend Cayla have been making headlines over the past few years but for all the wrong reasons. UK consumer inf(...)

“Google Ireland Limited becomes responsible for responding to requests for its user data, including from EU law enforcement, consistent with Irish law,” said Anne Rooney, Google Ireland’s public policy manager. File photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Google Ireland is set to take over responsibility for providing services to the company’s users in the European Economic Area and Switzerland from Jan(...)

Three-year-old Rocco Ulrich in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork city. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Compiled by Jennifer O’Connell, Damian Cullen, Sylvia Thompson, Leonie Corcoran, Lorna Siggins, Noel O’Reilly and Malachy Clerkin ANTRIM Carnfu(...)

Motorola is offering two new Moto X handsets – the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play, which will go on sale in Ireland in September. The company claims the third generation Moto G, available in August, is water resistant up to 1 metre for 30 minutes.

Motorola is set for a fresh assault on the mobile market with three new handsets as it focuses on bringing more affordable products to consumers. The(...)

Sony Pictures released sales figures that show The Interview has earned more than $15 million  from online purchases and rental, making it Sony Pictures top online movie ever released. PhotographFrazer Harrison/Getty Images

“The Interview” earned more than $15 million in online sales in its first four days of distribution as Sony bypassed a wide movie theatre release amid(...)

Amazon.com workers load boxes with orders at the company’s centre in Tracy, California. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

A Derry company at the heart of a Christmas calamity on Amazon which saw some prices accidentally reduced to just 1 pence and $0.01 has publicly apolo(...)

The new Google ChromeCast  connected to the the back of a television. Photograph: Tony Avelar/Bloomberg

Google upped the ante in the battle for dominance of the livingroom entertainment stakes with the launch yesterday of a device that will allow user(...)