Yahoo has become the latest tech firm to reveal how many requests for user data it has received from US government agencies.
A man danced around after he punched a journalist in the head leading to his death, the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard today.
The European Commission is planning to abolish roaming charges in the EU by next summer.
Staff at Independent News and Media have been told that they face a 46% reduction in pension benefits.
RTÉ has won four of the Law Society's Justice Media Awards and two merit certificates at the 21st annual award ceremony.
Three of the largest Internet companies called on the US government to provide greater transparency on national security requests.
Greece is to temporarily close down all its state-run TV and radio stations with the loss of some 2,500 jobs.
Tributes have been paid to Rory O'Connor, a former managing editor of RTÉ News and best-selling author, who has died at the age of 85.
A journalist in Northern Ireland received a death threat, the Belfast branch of the National Union of Journalists has said.
President Barack Obama has staunchly defended the sweeping US government surveillance of Americans' phone and internet activity.
French President Francois Hollande has demanded the immediate release of two French journalists missing in Syria.
The US National Security Agency is collecting telephone records of millions of Verizon Communications customers, according to a secret court order obtained and published by the Guardian newspaper's website.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland is to ban the advertising of foods high in fat, salt and sugar during children's television programming.
The court-martial of US soldier Bradley Manning has focused on his motivations for giving secrets to the WikiLeaks website in 2010.
1,000 second-level teachers around the country are to be trained in computer skills as part of a new joint initiative to help increase computer skills among school pupils.
A Mauritian newspaper editor, who published graphic photographs of the body of Michaela McAreavey, has been found guilty of outraging public and religious morality.
New revelations have emerged that China used cyberattacks to access data from nearly 40 US Pentagon weapons programmes and the blueprints for Australia's new spy headquarters.
The BBC has scrapped a multimillion-pound attempt to create an internal digital archive.
The BBC has apologised for a Question Time production note that saw a Stormont minister labelled as being a member of "Sinn Féin/IRA".
Almost €7 million in funding for 62 early stage scientific research projects has been announced by the Government.