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Pinterest pins top Irish Facebook exec Adele Cooper to spearhead UK oper...
The director of global accounts at Facebook in the UK, Irish executive Adele Flynn, is understood to be leaving Facebook to take up the role
Vodafone Ireland Q4 revenues boosted by growth in smartphones and enterp...
Vodafone Ireland this morning reported revenues of €935.8m, down 2.6pc year-on-year. The company reported that 1.3m of its 2.3m customers no
100k homes and businesses are caught in broadband limbo
This morning Eircom reported that 1.2m homes and firms are now connected to the company’s fibre broadband. That figure could have read 1.3m
It’s grand, all those laws the GCHQ broke no longer affect it
It turns out the UK government altered its laws last year to absolve its spy agency GCHQ from any wrongdoing, rendering any recent findings
Michael Fassbender’s Steve Jobs shown in first teaser trailer
After much hype, Danny Boyle’s biopic of Steve Jobs has been given its first showing online and also our first glimpse of Michael Fassbender
Retro Mars posters prove Elon Musk's SpaceX is really cool
Let’s face it, we all want to go to Mars once it heats up a little and you can grow crops, plug in a microwave and receive decent Wi-Fi. Wel
Irish young scientists win big at Intel International Science and Engine...
Irish students competing at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair last week picked up a total of five awards, two special awa
Eircom proves broadband is helping to slow its revenue decline – appoint...
Eircom’s investment in next generation infrastructure is paying off and the company has reported a lower rate of revenue decline to €311m –
YouTube's 10th birthday – the 10 most viewed videos and music videos of ...
Google has released the top 10 most viewed videos and music videos for Ireland to mark the 10th birthday of YouTube going live initially as
Slack bringing 100 jobs to Dublin over next two years
Slack, the San Francisco-headquartered popular messaging platform, has set up a European HQ in Dublin, and will bring 100 jobs to the capita
Food giant Mondelez selects Irishman’s start-up to spearhead global e-co...
ChannelSight, the start-up led by John Beckett who as a 17 year-old built the very first Ryanair website, has secured a major deal with food
Netflix Top Gear reboot ‘House of Cars’ may to be in the works
Netflix is rumoured to be working with the former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond to fill the void left b
Microsoft reveals there will be seven versions of Windows 10
While an official release date has yet to be announced, Microsoft has today unveiled new details on its forthcoming Windows 10 operating sys
Facebook Instant Articles – will it be a boon for publishers?
Facebook has launched a new service called Instant Articles, a new way for publishers to post stories directly to Facebook, including intera
Greenpeace green internet report shows Apple, Facebook and Google progre...
Tech giants Apple, Facebook and Google are leading efforts towards a cleaner, renewably powered internet. However, their ambitions may be th
Facebook Ireland chief Sonia Anne Flynn to leave to join SoundCloud in B...
The managing director of Facebook’s Irish operations is to leave to join music platform SoundCloud in Berlin. Flynn presided over the recent
Skype’s real-time translator now available for all to try
Skype has removed the sign-up requirement for its real-time translator tool, allowing users to translate immediately in four spoken language
Fibre broadband in Belcarra – the digital revolution in the west (video)
Nestled in a scenic valley in the hills of Mayo, the digital revolution that has swept Belcarra may will soon sweep the rest of rural Irelan