The Russian-based website has details of 53 camera systems in Ireland

Website posts thousands of private live streams

20 Nov Privacy experts have issued a warning about a Russian website that is providing live feeds of thousands of private webcams, CCTV systems and baby monitors around the world.

Scientists say Philae has uncovered much about the comet in spite of a rough touchdown

Comet probe 'sniffed' organic molecules

19 Nov Mankind's first probe of a comet found traces of organic molecules and a surface much harder than imagined, scientists said today of initial sample data from robot lab Philae.

'Philae' tweeted: 'I might take a nap'

Philae 'asleep' after batteries run out

15 Nov The comet probe Philae is "asleep", scientists said early this morning, after its batteries ran out and were unable to recharge as it lay in the shadow of a crater wall.

The series of photos were captured by the Rosetta satellite's narrow-angle camera

New images show Philae's journey to comet

17 Nov New images have been released showing the journey taken by the space probe Philae after it was dropped from its satellite and the moments after it first landed on Comet 67P.

A handout picture made available by the ESA shows the Philae lander shortly after separation from Rosetta

ESA probe not anchored, but transmitting data

12 Nov The European Space Agency has landed a probe on a comet, a first in space exploration and the climax of a decade-long mission, but the lander did not anchor to the surface as planned.

Michael Noonan said: 'It's more likely that that investigation will be dropped rather than there being further investigations'

Noonan expects Apple tax probe to be dropped

07 Nov Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he expects the European Commission's investigation into Ireland's tax arrangement with the US multinational Apple will be dropped.

Christopher Carragher will represent Ireland at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh next May

Co Monaghan student wins top prize at SciFest

07 Nov A sixth year student from Co Monaghan has won this year's top prize at SciFest, an all island science competition for second level students, for a project in which he designed an automated system to help people with memory loss.

Amazon CTO Dr Werner Vogels announced the 300 jobs in Dublin this morning

Amazon announces 300 jobs at Dublin base

06 Nov Internet giant Amazon is to create 300 jobs at its Dublin offices, across a variety of positions, including software engineers, customer support and IT security.

More than 20,000 people from over 100 countries are attending the Web Summit

SurveyMonkey plans to grow Irish presence

05 Nov The founder and chief executive of online survey company SurveyMonkey has said the company plans to grow its presence in Ireland despite the phasing out of the Double Irish tax loophole.