Marissa Mayer's acquisition blitz continues with the purchase of hipsters' favourite blogging platform, writes Niall Kitson.
Another EU fiasco is forcing Government to find new ways to deliver fast broadband, writes Niall Kitson.
It's results time again and the first quarter of 2013 seems to have continued on largely from where we left things in 2012, writes Niall Kitson.
If you think you've seen it all when it comes to the legality of streaming content, you probably have, writes Niall Kitson.
Crowdfunding websites are changing the way creatives and charities organise, writes Niall Kitson.
The argument in favour of teaching code in schools is more complicated than first appears, writes Niall Kitson
Redmond has bet the house on its own range of Windows tablets. Niall Kitson warns might be a case of too much tech, too late.
Employers have to accept that staff mobility is part of the new economy, writes NIALL KITSON.
The party is over in Las Vegas for another year - Niall Kitson looks at the mess left behind.
In our latest TechCentral podcast we talked about trends for 2013 and many of the usual suspects (social media, on-demand media) got an airing. But one subject that bears dwelling on some more is how the PC market will fare, writes Niall Kitson.
George Osborne has a plan to create a generation of transmedia professionals, writes Niall Kitson
The photosharing website's monetisation strategy has blindsided users, writes Niall Kitson
There are plenty of alternatives to the music streaming service. Niall Kitson puts together a list of 10 alternatives
A depressed PC market spells disaster for Windows 8, writes Niall Kitson.
Apple is done suing the Taiwanese phone manufacturer. The market is probably done with it too, writes Niall Kitson
Fundraising is nothing new to the education sector, but reimagining it could make for better returns, writes Niall Kitson.
Apple is still growing. Niall Kitson says that means everything is running just fine... right?
Ireland's favourite casual games company is moving out, but it's nothing personal, writes NIALL KITSON
Apple's latest smartphone is about to hit the shelves and the competition, writes Niall Kitson
The home of The Wire is breaking its cable ties to take on Netflix, writes Niall Kitson