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At Time, Benioff gets to be the money

At Time, Benioff gets to be the money

Last week, tech billionaire Marc Benioff finally landed a prize asset that has long been in his sights. But what will he do with it?

Taking wellness into digital age in a push to go global

Taking wellness into digital age in a push to go global

Spectrum Wellness is attracting the biggest tech companies by providing a huge range of corporate health services, writes Emmet Ryan

Gadget watch: Under a repulsive shell, a perfectly fine phone

Gadget watch: Under a repulsive shell, a perfectly fine phone

Encased in a hideous white shell, the N9 Lite is a phone that will never be stolen by anyone with even the slightest amount of taste

Inside the belly of the beast: Facebook's data centre

Inside the belly of the beast: Facebook's data centre

Scandal-hit Facebook is trying to rebuild trust by making itself more accessible to outsiders. So what does a tour of its Meath data centre reveal?

Musk’s knack of burying bad news

Musk’s knack of burying bad news

When SpaceX announced that Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa would go around the moon and back in 2023, the first urge was to see what else was about to happen

No one could argue with the principle of rights protection, but two needless addendums to the EU’s proposed copyright rules are going way too far

No one could argue with the principle of rights protection, but two needless addendums to the EU’s proposed copyright rules are going way too far

It was supposed to be one of the most boring directives ever passed by the European Union. Now it looks like the copyright regulations going through the European Parliament could spell disaster for all citizens.

Not arise and go, but stay and grow

Not arise and go, but stay and grow

Don’t fancy a move to the big smoke? Rural tech workers are proving they can have the best of both worlds, writes Emmet Ryan

Gadget watch: A choice companion

Gadget watch: A choice companion

Crypto’s 80% plunge is worse than dot-com crash

Crypto’s 80% plunge is worse than dot-com crash

The crypto industry’s links with the traditional financial system remain weak

Apple and the original SIM

Apple and the original SIM

Today’s arrival of the next generation of iPhones might not be so welcome for mobile operators. That’s because there’s a possibility that Apple could introduce so-called electronic sims, or eSIMs

3D printing - and scaling - at the speed of light

3D printing - and scaling - at the speed of light

An Irish firm is set to revolutionise the 3D printing process using smaller, cheaper, faster machines, writes Emmet Ryan

Cork firm Teamwork in stateside expansion

Cork firm Teamwork in stateside expansion

Boston move follows 'surge' in software company's North American business

The trillionaire club

The trillionaire club

Amazon has joined Apple in the most exclusive club in business

Connected Podcast: The OG of European Young Scientist winners Grace O'Connor

Connected Podcast: The OG of European Young Scientist winners Grace O'Connor

Grace O'Connor joins Emmet Ryan to discuss the EU Contest for Young Scientists coming to Dublin in September and why she still cares about the competition nearly three decades on

Taming the virtual server beast

Taming the virtual server beast

We may not be quite there yet, but composable infrastructure is already changing the way we manage servers, writes Aoife Valentine