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Kyckr, a fintech start-up founded by Irishman Rob Leslie, has raised about AUS$5 million (€3.4 million) after listing on the Australian Securities Ex(...)

Enda Kenny in Davos yesterday: the 90-minute debate on “rebooting the global economy” was not his natural territory, as the discussion delved into the nuances of labour patterns and emerging market developments. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

It was a case of back to school for Enda Kenny as he took his seat in the Alpine High School in Davos yesterday. It was a far cry from last year when (...)

Sedicii founder Rob Leslie

  Irish technology firm Sedicii has been named as one of the World Economic Forum’s most promising technology pioneers. The Waterford-(...)

In 2014 a quarter of 13-14 year olds and 37 per cent of 15-16 year olds reported they have experienced something online that bothered them or that they wished they had not seen

Robust online age verification for both children and young people wishing to access a range of products and services online, including via mobile devi(...)

John Hartnett, president of ITLG; Dr Craig Barrett, Chairman, ITLG; Rob Leslie, chief executive, Sedicii Innovations and John Stanton, president of Silicon Valley Global Partners. Photograph: Chris Ryan, Views of the World

Ireland is punching above its weight in Silicon Valley, but it needs to continue to focus on education and fostering entrepreneurship, especially a(...)

The FoneSense  presentation  to the World Cup Tech Challenge at Microsoft’s head offices in Silicon Valley

Walking through a crowded amphitheatre to your national anthem may be a scenario more associated with sporting heroes, but for two Irish technology st(...)

From left: Sedicii CEO, Rob Leslie, commercial development manager with Insight NUIG, Patrick Mulrooney, and Sedicii co-founder Richard Cody

From online retailers to any time you book a train, holiday or rental car, web users are being asked to create more online accounts than ever b(...)