From the Twitter CEO visiting Dublin to Buzz Aldrin soon landing in Cork, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
These 10 women-led start-ups are set to duke it out for a €50,000 prize at the Women Startup Challenge Europe final in London.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey talks candidly about profitability, balancing the leadership of two companies, the infamous edit button debate, a paid subscription model and why trolls will never win.
Regtech start-up Gecko Governance continues to share tales from New York, this time navigating employment infrastructure when hiring and expanding in the US.
From ordering food via your smartphone to takeaways via your Apple TV, Xbox or Amazon Echo, the future is appetising.
Brenda Romero will gain recognition at the BAFTA gaming awards, receiving a special award for her career in game development.
Legendary astronaut and space exploration advocate Dr Buzz Aldrin will be landing in Cork this June for a conference held by the International Space University.
Prof Alan Smeaton, director of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, discusses why good data science – and good science overall – requires open sharing of information.
Unlike the bright and colourful surroundings of some other major tech companies, Squarespace prefers to live on the ‘dark side’.
Adult entertainment site Pornhub – and sister site YouPorn – are to begin encrypting by default to prevent ISPs from tracking what content users are viewing.
AnaBio is rapidly establishing itself in the field of science-driven delivery of precision ingredients. Founder Sinéad Bleiel spoke to Claire O’Connell.