Computer science/ICT honours degree graduates were earning more than others

IT graduates earn most, arts graduates paid least

10.49 Employment levels for Irish graduates are improving but more than one in ten are emigrating shortly after leaving college, according to the latest data from the Higher Education Authority.

The BBC said Mr Wright gave technical proof supporting his claim to using Bitcoins known to be owned by Bitcoin's creator

Craig Wright identified as Bitcoin creator

02 May Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright has told the BBC he was the creator of controversial digital currency Bitcoin, ending years of speculation about a person who until now has gone by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto.

Facebook's quarterly revenue rose more than 50%

Facebook's mobile ad sales surge

28 Apr Facebook's quarterly revenue rose more than 50%, beating Wall Street expectations as its popular mobile app and a push into live video lured new advertisers and encouraged existing ones to boost spending.

E-cigarettes heat nicotine-laced liquid into vapour

E-cigarettes 'much safer than smoking'

28 Apr E-cigarettes are likely to bring benefits for public health and should be widely promoted to smokers to help them quit tobacco, an influential British doctors group has said.

Takashi Kubota, JAXA space program director, announces the decision

Japan gives up on €240m satellite

28 Apr Japan is abandoning a quarter-of-a-billion-euro satellite it sent to study black holes, disappointed space scientists said today, after spending a month trying to save it.

Construction of broadband network may take longer than expected

Govt high-speed broadband target now in doubt

26 Apr The Government's commitment to bring high speed broadband to every house in the country by the end of 2020 looks to be in doubt as a result of a delay in the procurement process.

Apple sold over 51 million iPhones in the three months to the end of March

Apple iPhone sales see first quarterly drop

26 Apr Apple has reported that iPhone sales dropped year-over-year for the first time while Twitter reported quarterly revenue at the lower end of its forecast as spending by advertisers declined.

The Aer Lingus pilot reportedly saw a drone 150m from the plane's wing

Drone reportedly flew close to Aer Lingus plane

21 Apr A drone flying at an altitude of more than 2,000 metres came close to an Aer Lingus plane as it approached Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport yesterday, airport sources said this morning.

Snapchat said the filter was created together with the Bob Marley estate

Snapchat under fire over Bob Marley filter

21 Apr A new filter on messaging app Snapchat that allows users to look like the late reggae singer Bob Marley has sparked a backlash on social media, with many on Twitter calling it racially insensitive.

Competition regulators accuse Google of abusing the dominance of Android

Google hit with competition charges over Android

20 Apr The European Union has charged Google with using its dominant Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, opening a second front against the US technology giant that could result in large fines.