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The links to home are now sustained by software and silicon, lessening the need to substitute for them through tight-knit expat communities

The compact cemetery lies in serene opposition to the busy streets beyond its boundaries. There is a sense here of time standing still, with the sunl(...)

Brian Coyle, chief commercial officer, and Tony O’Dowd,  founder, KantanMT, a finalist in ‘The Irish Times’ Innovation Awards 2016 in the New Frontiers category. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Founded by serial entrepreneur Tony O’Dowd, KantanMT is a cloud-based custom machine translation solution. KantanMT is a platform that delivers large(...)

Lucas Decker (left), founder of Coindrum, has developed a way in which travellers can use leftover foreign loose change by exchanging it for duty-free shopping vouchers.

One of the great frustrations of overseas travel is the loose change in foreign currencies that builds up over time. You can’t change it in a bank whe(...)

Symantec is acquiring threat-blocking service Blue Coat Systems from its private-equity owners Bain Capital for $4.65 billion (€4.12 billion ), in the struggling antivirus company’s largest deal for more than a decade.

Symantec is acquiring threat-blocking service Blue Coat Systems from its private-equity owners Bain Capital for $4.65 billion (€ ), in the struggling (...)

Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Notice anything strange on Twitter recently? Perhaps a few accounts you knew were genuine suddenly started displaying some strange behaviour, such as(...)

Illustration: Frazer Hudson/Ikon via Getty Images

Since the web entered public consciousness 20 years ago, there has been a lot of talk about its dangers and all the rogues who lie in wait for them(...)

 Hacker attack: everything from your car to your home appliances are vulnerable. Illustration: Getty Images/iStockphoto

In 2013, former US vice president Dick Cheney’s doctors disabled his pacemaker’s wireless capabilities. This was to thwart any possible assassination (...)

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Image of the week: Bowing to the inevitable Toshiba chief executive Hisao Tanaka (second from left) bows with chairman Tadashi Muromachi (right)(...)

Since Stuxnet’s exposure in 2010, 20 countries have announced digital warfare programmes

The Stuxnet computer worm temporarily succeeded in its goal of crippling Iran’s controversial uranium enrichment programme but, as the world’s first d(...)

When a cyber security breach hits the news, those most closely involved often have incentive to play up the sophistication of the attack.If hackers ar(...)

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