Ten nuggets of knowledge to take away for the weekend, including: Silicon Republic is best tech site; new Intel wearables chip designed in Ireland; are you ready for Code Week?
It was another successful night for Siliconrepublic.com as we picked up the Best Science and Technology award at Web Awards 2015.
This morning at the Maker’s Faire in Rome a design team based at Intel in Ireland once again found themselves at the heart of Intel’s march into the future. The team designed the Intel Curie module that powers Intel’s new Genuino 101 dev board for wearable devices.
Former O2 Ireland CEO and consumer director Tony Hanway has been named as the successor to Magnus Ternsjö as CEO of cable TV, mobile and broadband player Virgin Media in Ireland.
Ireland’s Ciara Clancy from Beats Medical has been named Laureate for Europe at the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards 2015.
The EU-led Code Week is well underway but, for those unaware of even the basics, where can you go to learn? This article details some of the resources that can help you out.
Over the past five years, Trinity College has produced more entrepreneurs than any other university in Europe, with UCD also sitting pretty in fourth spot.
Accuflow has announced a €1m project backed by investors that will see it hire 30 people to roll out its new smart home heating control system, Smartzone.
Additional funding of €1.2m has been made available to the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) as part of the announcement of Budget 2016.
The powerful Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), which represents the global online advertising industry, has admitted the industry lost sight of user needs and experience in its quest to fill its coffers. As a result, the industry stands to lose US$21.8bn as users flock to ad-blocking software.
Intel Labs Europe founder Prof Martin Curley has been recognised as one of three European CTOs of the Year 2015.