Facebook and Twitter users in the UK have been warned they could be inadvertently breaking the law by commenting on court cases online.
Online retailer Amazon is testing delivery packages using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos has confirmed.
Facebook is the most popular social media platform in Ireland, with 1.3m people using it, according to new research.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks told Eimear Cook, the ex-wife of golfer Colin Montgomerie, it was "easy" to listen to other people's voicemails, Ms Cook told a London court today.
A US jury has awarded Apple about $290m in a damages retrial against Samsung Electronics, the latest battle in global patent litigation between the two mobile giants.
Selfie has been named the word of 2013 by editors from Oxford Dictionaries, beating competition from twerk, binge-watch and showrooming.
Google and Microsoft will introduce new software that will block 100,000 "unambiguous" search terms for child abuse images.
The Government has a regularly reviewed plan in place to deal with its cyber security, according to Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte.
A new survey has found that a quarter of students would rather live a shorter life with access to the internet than a longer life without it.
NASA has released a stunning new composite image of Saturn, in which its moons, rings, the Earth, Venus and Mars are all visible for the first time.
Former BBC Political Editor John Cole has died aged 85 after a long illness.
Facebook is set to expand its international headquarters in Dublin.
UTV plans to establish a new TV channel in the Republic of Ireland with offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Waterford and Limerick, creating 100 jobs by 2015.
A survey commissioned by one of the world's largest security companies has found that a majority of Irish teenagers are taking steps to hide their online behaviour.
Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has said calls for more oversight of government intelligence agencies show he was justified in revealing the methods and targets of the US secret service.
Britain's Guardian newspaper has reported that Spy agencies across Western Europe are working together on mass surveillance of Internet and phone traffic.
Scientists at NUI Galway (NUIG) have found a way of tailoring the chemical structure of microscopic algae in a way that could enable their use as a vehicle in the delivery of drugs and genes to the site of illnesses or diseases.
Day two of the Dublin Web Summit is under way at the RDS.
335 new jobs are to be created in Ireland by nine US and European technology companies.
Forty-five new jobs have been announced by US e-commerce company Gilt for a new centre in Dublin.