The search giant is considering selling its merchandise in a retail store at its European headquarters. Plans have been approved, but the company hasn't made a decision yet.
The photo-sharing social network creates a desktop-optimized stream that displays how users around the globe -- from Dakar to Dublin to Doha -- are ringing in the New Year.
In a move that showed their contrition, MythBusters hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman showed up at the door of the Dublin, Calif., house that their crew had hit with cannon fire yesterday to say sorry.
A Dublin-based designer has started a blog devoted to features he'd like to see on Facebook, from drag-and-drop chat to automatic translators.
Social network following in the footsteps of other tech companies that have taken advantage of the government's friendly tax incentives.
New facility opens in Dublin to take advantage of the cool climate there. A Chicago facility, opening later this month, will house containerized servers.
The coffee's cheap at the technology transfer center at University College Dublin. But you have to interact with people to get it.
Josh Wolf, an independent journalist from San Francisco, was subpoenaed a year ago. He remains in a Dublin, Calif., correctional facility, holding the record for a journalist held longest under contempt. Supporters hold a rally to mark the 168th day and to encourage a public outcry for Wolf's release. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari reports.
Vordel said Tuesday that it raised a $10 million second round of funding, led by Elderstreet. Other investors included DrKW, ICC Venture Capital, Intel 64 Fund and previous investor Powerscourt Nominees. Dublin, Ireland-based Vordel added representatives from Elderstreet and ICC to its board. Vordel has raised a total of $11.5 million. The software company provides secure transmission of company data. The software is designed to verify the information via digital signature, confirm that the individual had the authority to make the purchase or send the data, and ensure the information transmitted had not been changed.
SubmitOrder said Thursday that it will receive $40 million in a funding round led by Silver Lake Partners. The company, which works with clients to handle their customers' online and catalog buying experiences, has raised a total of $300 million since launching in 1999. SubmitOrder, based in Dublin, Ohio, will use the funding to expand its brand management, marketing and customer service organization. See complete list.