Ten nuggets of knowledge to take away for the weekend, including: why Ireland is the natural home for the internet of things, what’s the story with subscription box services, and the Ludgate Hub opening in Skibbereen.
Sea, land, cities and sky – Ireland has an abundance of resources, brains and infrastructure that make it the natural home for researching and investing in the internet of things.
Sound business strategy or soon-to-be-forgotten fad? We quizzed subscription box entrepreneurs on how their industry delivers.
Almost one year to the day since its original planning, Skibbereen has welcomed a new 1Gb digital facility called The Ludgate Hub.
An Irish synbio start-up is about to make waves in the fascinating world of DNA data storage after announcing that it will make it available to the masses on Amazon.
Having once focused on getting its own car to market as soon as possible, sources within Apple claim that plans to build a car have been parked to focus on autonomous car software.
Could owning a smartphone by subscription be the future for the industry as smartphone sales start to flatten?
Despite his life’s work being innovative design, Mark Curtis, chief client officer and co-founder of Fjord, said design on its own is not enough. Rather, it’s all about the ‘rule of three’.
A potentially gamechanging breakthrough has been made in solar cell technology with the creation of cells that can cheaply and efficiently turn atmospheric CO2 into hydrocarbon fuel.
In one of the largest acquisitions in its history, Oracle has agreed to buy the world’s very first cloud software company, NetSuite, for $9.3bn in cash.
Irish researchers and companies working within the life sciences sector in Ireland are to get access to a European network of shared data.
Essential reading image by Dash Petrenko via Shutterstock