From the leading lights of data science to the new MacBook Pro, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
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Apple has taken the wrappers off three new MacBook Pro laptops that come with four USB-C ports, two of which sport the new Touch Bar.
Fionnuala Meehan is to become Google’s new country manager and the head of a 6,000-strong organisation, as Ronan Harris takes up a new role as head of Google UK and Ireland.
Ireland’s academic landscape need to embrace augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to meet the future needs of entrepreneurs and industry, said academic and entrepreneur Barry Downes of TSSG.
Brendan Mooney, the CEO of Belfast software company Kainos, has been named EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2016. Irish astrophysicist Susan McKenna-Lawlor was also honoured.
Twitter has decided to pull the plug on its ‘loopy’ video app Vine, but what does Ireland’s biggest star on the platform, Senan Byrne, think of it?
If we’ve learned one thing from Data Science Week, it’s that analytics and data mining skills are becoming essential for a career in tech.
Data science is an incredibly broad area and knowing what role to pursue can be challenging. Hearing from someone already working in the industry may help.
Cyber risk is evolving at an astonishing pace, driven by the digital transformation of traditional companies into tech companies and the explosion of internet of things devices, warns Aon’s Stephanie Snyder.
As one of Ireland’s biggest biotech success stories, Nuritas has now been awarded €3m in EU Horizon 2020 funding to commercialise a peptide that could potentially offer a new weapon in the fight against Type 2 diabetes.