From Oculus buying Cork company InfiniLED to Huawei’s founder scouting Ireland for potential investment, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
Tyndall spin-out InfiniLED has been acquired by Facebook-owned Oculus, which plans to use the Irish company’s technology to enhance the performance of virtual reality devices.
Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Chinese mobile comms giant Huawei, was in Dublin in August to scout potential locations for a major software research centre.
The 2016 Nobel prizes have shone a light on niche areas of scientific discovery. But who in Ireland is working in these recently famous fields? Siliconrepublic.com found out.
Ahead of the second Career Zoo event of 2016, we look at the talks, workshops and opportunities you won’t want to miss.
At Inspirefest 2016, Katherine von Jan of Salesforce discussed the future of work, with Dominos, Uber, Netflix and Google Maps showing us how it’s done.
In one of the biggest indications of its mobile-first intentions, Google is expected to split its desktop and mobile search indexes soon, with the former to play second fiddle to mobile.
How to follow more women on Twitter. Step one: Check out this list of recommendations. Step two: Follow more women on Twitter.
A major restructuring by HP will see between 3,000 and 4,000 people let go in the coming years. What that means for its Irish operation is as yet unclear.
As part of a $300m innovation package, the White House is to invest $65m in smart cities technologies, which will be coupled with $100m in private investment.
Look out kid, it’s somethin’ you did – Bob Dylan has been named the first musician in history to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.