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# Tech

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Former OpenAI boss Sam Altman to join Microsoft following shock sacking
Author: 'There is a magic to literary translation, it matters'
Meta and Google become latest major companies to pull out of Web Summit
EU opens disinformation probes into Meta and TikTok over spread of Israel-Hamas content
TikTok dismantles operation that targeted Irish users with 'divisive views' on nationalism
Elon Musk's plans to charge everyone for Twitter send users running for Bluesky
X's subscription service, formerly Twitter Blue, now allows users to hide their blue ticks
Poll: How often do you use Spotify?
Analysis: Generative AI won’t replace human creativity, but it will change it
Man who lost his arm above the elbow moves individual fingers with bionic limb in world's first
Explained: Why have thousands of Reddit forums gone dark and what does AI have to do with it?
Poll: Should parents withhold smartphones from primary school-aged children?
Elon Musk announces new Twitter CEO
Musk announces recruitment of new Twitter CEO
Poll: Are you worried about the growth of AI technology?
Microsoft to cut additional 60 jobs from Irish workforce
Meta is reportedly planning to cut thousands of jobs
Ireland 'over the worst' of job cuts at multi-national tech firms in Ireland, Coveney says
Students urged to steer clear of ChatGPT essays as bot reopens debate on college assessment
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Emails of some users have been permanently deleted in error, company says
Intel offers workers at Kildare plant voluntary unpaid leave in effort to cut costs
Intel has offered manufacturing workers at its Leixlip plant in Kildare voluntary unpaid leave as it looks to cut costs.
Local TD James Lawless said that he has spoken to Intel and that there are 'no plans' for the voluntary scheme to become mandatory.
Just back in March, Intel announced a further €12 billion investment in the site.
Opinion: As a former Twitter employee, I'm horrified by what Elon Musk is doing
'Too much too soon': Irish tech 'unicorn' to cut workforce by 40%
Musk tells staff to brace for ‘difficult times’ as he warns of Twitter’s demise
Tech companies expanded ‘a little too quickly’, Varadkar says
EU lawmakers impose single charger for all smartphones from 2024
Opinion: Securing the world’s data - Ireland’s rising role as a global data hub
Taskforce had 'positive' discussions with Data Protection Commission about vaccine tracking system
France slaps fines of €100 million on Google and €35 million on Amazon over advertising cookies
US government sues Google over its 'illegal monopoly' on internet search and advertising services
Amazon says email telling employees to delete TikTok from their phones 'sent in error'
Tech has been the driving force behind the taxi industry’s evolution and it's not slowing down
Treating lung disease to smart toy tech: where Ireland is spending €65m to disrupt tech
US delays Huawei ban for up to 90 days, while founder says the firm 'can't be isolated'
Love at first like: Facebook to add 'secret crush' feature as part of revamp of social network
Facebook says whatever fine it faces over password breach is matter for Irish data watchdog
Apple fixes bug that allowed FaceTime users to listen to a person before they answer call
Tech giants are turning Dublin into one of Europe’s hottest property markets
Amazon says customers' email addresses were exposed