Facebook will block foreign ads on Ireland's abortion referendum
It wants to avoid any obvious interference.
Apple to start paying Ireland the billions it owes in back taxes
The company is expected to start doing so early next year.
Europe takes Ireland to court over Apple's $14.5 billion tax bill
Ireland is owed billions by Apple, but has yet to start collecting the money.
France and Germany want Apple and Google to pay their taxes
The countries want to rid the EU of tax havens for tech giants.
Ireland votes to stop investing public money in fossil fuels
It'd be the the first country to officially cut ties with coal and oil.
Apple moving international iTunes arm to Ireland next month
The company hasn't been shaken by the EU's demands for payback from Irish tax deal.
Ireland says EU overstepped authority over Apple tax bill
The country says the European Commission misinterpreted Irish laws
Apple formally challenges the EU's tax demands
The tech giant claims Europe ignored legal advice in order to exaggerate its punishment.
Mirai botnet targets Deutsche Telekom routers in global cyberattack
It's the same campaign that took major US sites offline for hours back in October.