Spam is continuing to irritate us all. Can the law do anything about it ? Neither the EU's Privacy Directive (implemented in Ireland last November), nor the US Federal CAN-SPAM Act, has had any noticeable effect.
Film director Peter Bogdanovich's new book takes a stardust-strewn walk down memory lane.
Take 5 . . .FAMILY ESTATES A recent article on the Volvo S80 provoked quite a response from readers in the market for a large family car.
The current popularity of portable music players is phenomenal.
Travel in style through northern India, where an array of heritage palaces, exotic cuisine and architectural splendours await, writes Niamh Connolly.
Few writers alive could pull off what Paul Auster has managed to achieve in his novels.
Pixar Studios, the master of popular animation, is set to have another hit with The Incredibles, a superhero spoof that alternates pacey action with the satire of a suburban sitcom.
Leave the cities behind this Christmas and make a break for the midlands.
ICT Ireland, the technology lobby group affiliated to Ibec, has called for a "tax incentive'' to boost PC penetration in the home. It has reaffirmed its opposition to tinkering with the corporate tax rate ahead of next month's budget.
PalletXpress is a new distribution company that provides an overnight delivery service using a network of independent hauliers.
Over two weeks last month, wireless honeynets were deployed throughout Dublin, in the hope of understanding how hackers gain access to these networks and what activity they carry out once inside.
What, if anything, will the government reshuffle mean for Ireland's legislative technology, communications and e-government agendas? Noel Dempsey probably doesn't know the difference between wimax and wi-fi.
The government's plan to have all public services available online by next year is a “big mistake", according to a senior executive at software maker Oracle.