Data Scape and Neodron are seeking damages from Amazon, Microsoft and others.
Google is being flooded with staff mail deliveries so it's planning its own DHL-style collection hub
The tech giant said it receives hundreds of thousands of items each year.
The company has opened a voluntary redundancy programme in its Irish and UK operations.
The solution was built by Deloitte to track and manage educational and regulatory qualifications.
The new service, called passport to roam, launched this week.
The Irish launch marks the company’s first ‘concentrated effort’ to go international.
Logograb co-founder Luca Boschin talks regional breakfasts and looking into the future.
The social media giant has lobbied against an amendment to data protection laws.
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.
His new blockchain startup FunFair has opened an office in Dublin.
Here’s what we know about the tech giant’s plan to launch a digital token for payments.
The company said its Irish office is at the ‘vanguard’ of its expansion plans this side of the Atlantic.
Investment in Irish tech startups fell in the first quarter of the year, but the number of deals is up
The IVCA said the underlying trend was more positive, with seed funding rebounding by 23%.
The young firm has completed the Propeller Shannon programme and signed a major partnership deal.
The company wants to bring ‘fast payments’ to Europe from Dublin.
The US giant hopes to emblazon the 112,000 sq ft unit with four signs, including a ‘logo sculpture’.
The Apollo 11 VR application allows users to recreate the moon-landing.
The deal will help the Irish company to expand globally.
It has ‘access to north of a $100 million’ to back European deep-tech startups.
The value of cybercrime damage is expected to hit €4.85 trillion annually according to recent figures.