Google to punish websites using features that make pages slow to load
Google will penalise sites that show full-screen ads when users click through to...
Facebook to roll out solution to 'freebooting' problem with video matching technology
Facebook have announced new plans to combat a practice common on the site...
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Video: Soyuz rocket launches towards ISS
The Soyuz spacecraft carrying a three-man crew blasts off from Kazakhstan, heading to the International Space Station.
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The 30th anniversary of the discovery of the wreck of the Titanic will be marked with a...
Algorithm can turn any photograph into a Picasso or work by any other painter
An algorithm has been created that can turn any picture into a painting, and...
Girls can fill 1,000 coding jobs, says Go Berserk creator
Girls are better at coding than boys despite the lack of women in computer science, according to a top Northern Irish IT education company.
Samsung warns users about sticking stylus in 'wrong way'
Apple had AntennaGate and BendGate. Now Samsung is facing PenGate. The South Korean company responded to criticism on social media about its new Galaxy Note 5, acknowledging that the device can break if the stylus is inserted backward into the storage slot. Its advice to...
Go Berserk schools scheme teaches young children skills in computing and the Tele's...
Around 1,000 IT jobs in Northern Ireland cannot be filled - but two Belfast men have a solution.
Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman quits in wake of hacking scandal
The CEO of adultery website Ashley Madison is stepping down in the wake of the massive breach of the company's computer systems and outing of millions of its members.
Buzz Aldrin develops Mars colonisation 'master plan'
Buzz Aldrin is teaming up with the Florida Institute of Technology to develop "a master plan" for colonising Mars within 25 years.
Google Chrome killing Flash auto-play, stopping annoying ads and improving security
Google Chrome is to stop Flash ads from auto-playing in people’s browsers, helping further kill off the much-hated software.
Mark Zuckerberg hails Facebook's one billion visitors in single day
One billion people have used Facebook in a single day for the first time in the site's 11-year history.
Instagram users can now post full-size landscape and portrait photos
Instagram users can now post full-size landscape and portrait photos.
Secret Google search gets programmer a job at tech giant
A secret Google search will take people into a complex series of puzzles to get a job at the company, according to one new employee.
Ashley Madison hack: Just three in every 10,000 female accounts on infidelity website are...
Just three in every 10,000 Ashley Madison members are real women, it has been revealed, as the huge scale of fake female accounts on the infidelity website was exposed.
Irish teens obsessed with validation online, new survey finds
A new survey shows that over a third of teenagers in Ireland using social media stay glued to screens to see if anyone has commented, ‘favourited’ or ‘liked’ content they post.
Amazon Underground: firm launches store where games and apps are 'actually free', without...
Amazon has launched a new app store, called Underground, to let people play games for free.
Video: Northern Ireland is producing some of the best software ready for international export...
Northern Ireland is producing some of the best software ready for export to the international market.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey to fund Irish tech firm Intercom
An Irish technology company has landed a €31m funding round from investors who include Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter boss Jack Dorsey.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 beta launches, hit by problems on Xbox One
The open beta of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has been launched, letting people play multiplayer games before it is properly released.
Google unveil interactive Poetrics installation in north London
Google has unveiled an interactive art installation that turns random words into poetry that then appears on an electronic billboard in north London.
60% of students chasing jobs that may be rendered obsolete by technology, report...
More than half of students are chasing careers that will be made obsolete by advances in technology and automation, according to a report by the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA).
YouTube Gaming: Google launches live games video streaming site to rival Amazon's Twitch
Google has launched YouTube Gaming, a new site devoted to live-streaming games.
Stephen Hawking: there is a way out of a black hole
All is not lost if you fall into a black hole - you could simply pop up in another universe, according to Professor Stephen Hawking.
Wikipedia ban cancelled in Russia amid drugs information row
Russia has cancelled a ban on the Russian-language version of Wikipedia after just a few hours.
£240,000 reward to catch Ashley Madison hackers
The adultery website targeted by hackers is offering a 500,000 Canadian dollar (£240,000) reward for information about those behind the leak.
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