GameSpot's Mark and Seb talk to Andy about Gamescom, along with the discounted Nexus 4 and Steve Ballmer's biggest regrets.
All 16 Irish branches of ailing music and DVD shop HMV will stay closed, leaving 300 people out of a job.
The first Limerick employees will leave the PC maker in April and the process of switching production to Poland and to contractors will be done by January 2010.
Just in time for St. Patty's, mathematicians from Ireland figure out how to put a better, cheaper head on your Guinness.
Elderly woman suffering from glaucoma finds new way to enjoy favorite pastimes with the help of Apple's iPad, as shown in a video going viral.
Liquids cool best when right next to a hot surface. Irish researchers are taking that to the next logical step.
A North Carolina facility is expected to be affected by the company's cost-cutting moves, though Dell isn't saying how many jobs are being cut.
The chip giant's venture arm boosts its presence in smart-grid technologies and low-power computing through investments.
Social network following in the footsteps of other tech companies that have taken advantage of the government's friendly tax incentives.
A 3D processor structure that integrates hair-thin water pipes will provide a solution for heat management in high-processing computers, scientists at Big Blue's Zurich Research Lab say.