The EU’s highest court invalidated a key data sharing agreement between the union and the US, exposing the deep cultural clash over privacy and surveillance.
Online advertising is out of control: are Facebook's Instant Pages, Apple News, and Accelerated Mobile Pages the answer?
The EU is thought to be losing one trillion Euros from tax avoidance, evasion and arrears. But the latest tax reform is unlikely to fix that.
There is enormous potential for long term and genuine change if universities change their approach to dissent – and reinvent themselves as more agile institutions.
Dublin has managed to keep the money rolling in while others struggle, so what are the lessons to learn for its neighbours and rivals?
A web obsessed with gathering data about our habits becomes less valuable to us, showing us only more and more of the same.
It's not necessarily the redesign that matters – it's when and how you unveil it.
There's a global race on to harness mapping technology, delivering companies the data they need to gain a competitive advantage.
Google has unveiled its new logo, adopting a sans-serif typeface and retaining the same colours as before. But is it better or more practical than the logo it replaces?
Online ads are already under pressure from ad blockers, so Apple's decision to include content blocking in the upcoming iOS 9 will make things even harder for advertisers.
Google and the media have done their bit to try and subvert the right to be forgotten, but an ICO ruling suggests its beginning to take notice.
African libraries have more of an opportunity than ever before to bring the continent's knowledge to the world. They just need to adapt their traditional roles and functions.
The restructure Google should look at the world's big challenges rather than create solutions to problems that don't exist yet.
Google has become a technology giant, but it's trying to keep its small-company ethos alive.
Google's rebranding to become just one company under the umbrella of Alphabet could complicate things for the tech giant.
To understand the wide array of information in today’s world, we need a different kind of literacy. Some researchers call that 'metaliteracy.'
Windows 10 is being offered as a free upgrade to most Windows users, but you pay for it in the information you hand over to Microsoft.
The way schools and universities teach and test has to keep up with the way young people are processing information.
The tech industry is known for having a notably non-diverse workforce. But bias training – when not validated by research that shows it works – isn't going to solve the problem.
Is revenge porn just one example of technology intersecting with sexual and domestic violence? What legal efforts have been made to combat it?