Is the UK's tech sector staring down a period of international isolation?

The Brexit effect on the UK digital economy

24 Jun Is the UK's tech sector staring down a period of international isolation or will the global network effect shield it from long-term damage, asks Niall Kitson

Under the new rules drone operators can fly craft under 25kg during daylight once they maintain a clear view

US authorities relax rules on drone use

22 Jun The US Federal Aviation Administration has unveiled long-awaited new rules that clear the way for small, commercial drones to operate across US airspace.

Hyperloop is currently testing the technology in the Nevada desert

Moscow examining development of Hyperloop

22 Jun Moscow has signed an agreement with Los Angeles-based company Hyperloop One to explore building a futuristic, high-speed transportation system known as a Hyperloop in the Russian capital.

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon

Cost savings put before data compliance - report

21 Jun Many organisations in Ireland deploy little resources to manage data protection compliance and view saving money as sufficient justification for poor data protection practices, the Data Protection Commissioner has said.

Supercell is the creator of 
popular mobile games 'Clash of Clans' and 'Hay Day'

Tencent to buy Finnish game-maker Supercell

21 Jun Chinese Internet giant Tencent has today agreed to buy Finnish game-maker Supercell, creator of "Clash of Clans", from Japanese mobile giant SoftBank for $8.6 billion.

85% of households in Ireland have access to the internet

25 years of internet in Ireland marked

17 Jun Today marks the 25th anniversary of the internet's arrival in Ireland, when a 19.2 Kbps telecoms link at Trinity College Dublin connected to the emerging technological network.

There are four handsets in the new X range.

Review: Sony Xperia X

17 Jun The new Xperia X is a solid performing handset, but lacks the X-factor promised from Sony's new series of flagship phones.

The EU probe said Apple's tax arrangements were improperly designed to give the company a financial boost in exchange for jobs in in the country

Apple tax probe verdict could come next month

16 Jun The European Commission may deliver its verdict on Apple's tax arrangements in Ireland as soon as next month, according to Finance Minister Michael Noonan, offering the first clues to a firm timeline for a decision.

The Nadella effect - Microsoft is playing to its strengths in buying a social network for professionals

Why LinkedIn won't be another Nokia

16 Jun This week's announcement by Microsoft of a $26.2 billion all cash deal for social network LinkedIn has commentators confused for a number of reasons, writes Niall Kitson.