BT have today announced an 11% increase in profits for its all-Ireland communications services operation, to which the company attribute as a “result of cost transformation programmes and the successful delivery of large retail and wholesale contracts”.
Facebook has been stung by its own PR firm in an underhand plot to feed negative stories about Google to the press. The plot came to light after the influential US blogger and online security and privacy expert Chris Soghoian published an email thread between himself and the Facebook's PR firm Burson-Marsteller.
Irish photographer Richard Twomey has created this stunning time-lapse video taken between March and April of this year, beautifully incorporating scenes across Dublin, including Dublin City Centre, Dublin Airport and the docklands.
Almost two years after Chrome OS was first announced in July 2009, Google have introduced the first Chrome OS notebooks, dubbed Chromebooks, with partners Acer and Samsung. Both Chromebooks will debut in seven countries, including the United States and United Kingdom, this coming June 15th.
Exactly three weeks after the initial suspension of PlayStation Network services, no exact restoration date has yet been confirmed to eager gamers. Instead, an update on the European PlayStation blog states that restoration will take “at least a few more days”.
Google's long awaited music service, Google Music Beta, was given a limited launch today at Google's I/O conference in San Francisco, but with Amazon's Cloud Player already launched and iTunes poised to begin music streaming it is too little too late?