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Gadget watch: Not a giant leap forward for Google’s VR headset

Gadget watch: Not a giant leap forward for Google’s VR headset

Woebot to open engineering office in Dublin

Woebot to open engineering office in Dublin

Wellness firm has raised €8.1m in funding

Twitter's InfoWars stance shortsighted

Twitter's InfoWars stance shortsighted

Twitter depends on keeping the cash flowing as much as it does on maintaining engagement

Sweetening the deal

Sweetening the deal

When Provident CRM found it difficult to source good workers, it came up with the novel solution of founding its own recruitment arm, writes Emmet Ryan

Waging the war for sports fans

Waging the war for sports fans

As BT Sport lets UFC and NBA go to an online rival, what are the repercussions for Ireland’s market?

Huawei’s plan for world domination

Huawei’s plan for world domination

Huawei overtakes Apple as the second biggest smartphone-maker in the world

Is there liquid on Mars? Yes. So what now?

Is there liquid on Mars? Yes. So what now?

Last Wednesday’s discovery of water on the Red Planet met with quite a restrained reaction, which in itself tells us something about our expectations of science

Cork firm’s €5m masterplan to corner market on smart home technology

Cork firm’s €5m masterplan to corner market on smart home technology

Smartzone’s joined-up thinking on domestic heating and security systems could secure it an extra million customers in Ireland alone

Gadget watch: Plenty of Bang for your buck

Gadget watch: Plenty of Bang for your buck

Key challenges facing new Renewable Electricity Support Scheme

Key challenges facing new Renewable Electricity Support Scheme

Two of Ireland's leading renewable energy lawyers examine the future of the sector after Denis Naughten's long awaited announcement

Satellite sunscreen gives Irish firm space to grow

Satellite sunscreen gives Irish firm space to grow

At 26 million miles from the sun, the European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter, scheduled to launch in February, will face temperatures above 500 Celsius, and needed a solution to prevent it burning up

Google Glass half full?

Google Glass half full?

Glass was part of its desire to continually diversify

Investors shrug off EU fine as Google beats targets

Investors shrug off EU fine as Google beats targets

Google has continued to give search ads more prominent space on mobile phones, fuelling the strong sales growth in the second quarter of 2018

First blood in the EU’s war on Google

First blood in the EU’s war on Google

Following in the footsteps of China could free the EU from the search engine’s dominance, writes Shira Ovide

Online therapy could help lift cloud for debtors struggling with mental stress

Online therapy could help lift cloud for debtors struggling with mental stress

SilverCloud Health, the Irish digital mental health technology firm, has launched an online therapeutic solution to help people caught in the vicious cycle of financial difficulties and mental health challenges