From women CIOs to cartoonists and Irish entrepreneurs making a dent in the universe, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
There are 25 women on this industry-spanning list of CIOs. That’s 10 more than the percentage found in all Fortune 500 companies.
Stripe’s tool for helping global start-ups to do business in America is helping US firms grow locally, too.
At the recent Just Eat food innovation event at the Digital Hub, we met the tech companies transforming the business of food as we know it.
The National Youth Council, TechSpace and Science Foundation Ireland join forces to bring STEM skills to young people all over the country.
‘My Happy Robot Tom’ adorns Google’s Irish search page today (7 April), as this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition winner gets her moment in the sun.
Google’s Adopt a Startup programme has its latest winner, with LogoGrab adding to its recent haul of industry awards.
Less than two weeks after US lawmakers made a stunning call on internet privacy, the EU has been forced into action.
Twitter cites freedom of speech as basis for not turning over records of @ALT_uscis user.
Researchers at AMBER have managed to crack a method of printing electronics in 2D for the first time using graphene, potentially leading to smart food labels.
A backdoor Trojan called Sathurbot is hiding in dodgy torrent download files, infecting computers and stealing WordPress administrators’ passwords.