Anger is mounting in Cork. The vexing issue of tax – specifically, how much the Irish government should be collecting – dominates the city.
It looks like a Toblerone but it still managed to raise $6.2m on Kickstarter, far exceeding its funding target of $800,000.
Microsoft has unveiled its next version of the Windows software which presently powers about 1.5bn PCs in use on the planet. Windows 10 will aim to entice users put off by Windows 8, whose lack of a start menu (introduced in 1995 with Windows 95) was more suitable for touch interfaces than a keyboard and a mouse – even though keyboard-reliant users outnumbered touch users by millions to one.
Microsoft's latest operating system has been revealed as Windows 10 at an event yesterday.
Microsoft is to put some numerical distance between its poorly received Windows 8 operating system and its replacement by calling the new version Windows 10.
Oracle CEO Safra Catz spoke about the company's acquisition strategy and dismissed skeptics who doubt Oracle's future in the cloud era.
Starboard Value's pressure on Yahoo to explore a merger with AOL is none of Tim Armstrong's business, the CEO of AOL told CNBC on Monday.
Starboard Value sent a letter to Yahoo on Friday listing several opportunities to increase shareholder value and recommending that it merge with AOL.
Google has fought back with a point-by-point rebuttal to criticisms leveled against the search giant's operations by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
With plenty of media fanfare Apple recently launched Apple Pay, a payment system that allows you to use your phone as a digital wallet.
Google has agreed a deal with British tax authorities to pay £130m in back taxes and bear a greater tax burden in future. The deal will cover a decade of underpayment of UK taxes by the company, which has been criticised in the past for its tax avoidance policies.
Google banned almost 800m “bad” adverts from its online ad networks last year as the web giant continued to crack down on advertising fraud.