Facebook's head of privacy has warned that the creation of a new Europe wide data privacy directive will be a significant regulatory step that will determine Europe's future as a free trade economy.
Finnish mobile phone company, Nokia, has launched a new high-end smartphone to compete with rivals the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC1.
A human rights organisation has launched a new network of technology experts to help human rights defenders protect themselves during their digital activities.
A pair of spacewalking astronauts have concluded a quickly planned repair job to replace a suspect coolant pump needed to keep the International Space Station at full power.
A new website has been launched that will tell the story of the events of Irish life a century ago.
A report suggests that a majority of employees are using Twitter, Facebook and other similar sites spending an average of almost an hour each working day on social media.
Scientists at the nanoscience institute at Trinity College Dublin have come up with a revolutionary new sensor system based around graphene.
A high-tech computer solutions company in Co Waterford plans to create 100 jobs over the next two years.
Website publishing company Squarespace has announced 100 new jobs for Dublin as it sets up its European headquarters in the city.
CERN, the birthplace of the World Wide Web, is to start a project to recreate the world's first web page.
Over 120 new jobs have been announced in four technology companies in Kildare, Dublin and Cork.
The self-proclaimed leader of international hacking group Lulz Security, or LulzSec, has been arrested in Sydney by Australian Federal Police.
Google has become the first internet multinational to allow users to decide what happens to their data after they die or become inactive online.
The Associated Press has suspended its Twitter account after a "bogus" tweet was sent out about an attack on the White House.
RTÉ Director General Noel Curran has said the organisation has achieved a minimum cut of 30% in the fees and salaries paid to some of its top presenters, but that a reduction of up to 40% can be achieved on some other contracts still up for renewal.
A weekend cyber attack campaign targeting Israeli government websites failed to cause serious disruption.
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has said it is very important that a balance is struck during the framing of new European legislation on data protection.
Privately run daily newspapers are available in Burma today for the first time in 50 years.
One of the largest ever cyber attacks is slowing global internet services after an organisation blocking "spam" content became a target, with some experts saying the disruption could get worse.
A former police officer has been jailed for ten months for selling details of the arrests of footballer John Terry's mother and Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood to The Sun.