How Google Images can help you research your family history like never before
Why you can’t judge a social network by its number of users
BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
Chilling Effects indicates it may list ‘Right to be forgotten’ requests from EU citizens
A message posted on Chilling Effects indicates the site may list takedown requests following the EU’s ‘right to be forgotten’ court ruling
What your Leap Card knows about you
With the move from paper and cash to card, it’s time to ask – what kind of data do Leap Cards record about us?
From 2015 cars in the EU will automatically call emergency services after crashing
All cars sold in the EU from October 2015 will call emergency services if they’re involved in an accident. But how much control should citizens have over this system?
Looking smart with the Pebble smartwatch?
We go hands on (or wrists on) with the Pebble smartwatch – is it worth the money?
The best tablets to buy this Christmas for kids (both big & small)
There are more tablets on the market this Christmas than ever before, so if you’re a parent, which should you get for your little one?
A survivor’s guide to the Web Summit
With so many speakers and attendees the Web Summit can be overwhelming. Here’s our advice for getting the most from this and any other conference.
What Samsung needs to improve for the Galaxy S5
Sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 haven’t lived up to expectations, so here’s what they need to improve for the Galaxy S5
Could Microsoft be the next Apple?
Now that Microsoft has properly entered the hardware market, with its takeover of Nokia, could they be in line to become the next Apple?
Google Maps’ new satellite imagery captures a changing Dublin
Google has updated it satellite imagery of Dublin, so now the city appears clearer and more detailed on Google Maps
Dublin’s commuters are getting a bit of physics with their daily commute these days
Dublin’s workforce will get a jolt of science with their morning commute over the next two months as scientists, digital designers, and developers promote physics to the masses
Jeff Bezos isn’t the first to try & revive the newspaper industry, but is he the best placed?
Jeff Bezos changed how we shop, but with his purchase of The Washington Post, will he change what we read?
Watch Google’s staff celebrate 10 years in Ireland
Google’s been in Ireland for 10 years, so here’s show the company’s Irish staff decided to celebrate.
Google opens its doors to SMBs, let’s take a look around The Foundry
Google has officially opened The Foundry, a state of the art conference area that aims to make Google the centre of digital business in Ireland.
It’s the era of the smartwatch, but is the clock ticking on this new industry?
2013 is the year of the smartwatch, but can this new industry last, and will crowdfunded operations be squeezed out by the likes of Sony, Samsung, or Apple?
Tech and fashion industries collide with disruptive start-up, PR Slides
One of Ireland’s leading investors, Niall Harbison, and one of the country’s leading international models, Emma-Jane Power, are set to disrupt the PR and tech industries.
Why PayPal Galactic isn’t so far out of this world
Space dollars or PayPal Galactic? There may only be a dozen people in space, but they may soon have their own currency.