From the Northern Ireland start-ups to watch, to Eir accelerating its rural fibre rollout, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
Winners of the 2016 Invent Awards represent the latest promising innovations coming out of Northern Ireland.
Eir says the first 1,000 of 300,000 rural fibre homes are live – and that it is now moving its own target forward to have the latter number connected by 2018.
The machines are marching: in what is the world’s largest DDoS attack so far, hackers have enlisted a network of over 145,000 internet of things (IoT) devices, and hacked CCTV cameras to mount an attack on data hosting company OVH.
Salesforce wants EU regulators to take a good hard look at Microsoft’s $26bn purchase of LinkedIn, claiming it’s the death knell for competition.
An opportune moment for one lucky, vocal heckler at the Ryder Cup has landed David Johnson a Twitter celebrity crown, and $100.
Microsoft is doubling down on its efforts to create better AI, with the establishment of a dedicated research group of over 5,000 staff to make Cortana and its other products much smarter.
By analysing a 3D print of a 400m-year-old fish fossil, Australian researchers believe they will find a big clue to the evolutionary origin of our own teeth.
Some of the companies attending Career Zoo have revealed the various positions they’re seeking applications for at the organisers’ final event of the year.
In its final hours, the Rosetta spacecraft has revealed a series of incredible photos as it makes it approach towards the surface of Comet 67P.
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