From the leaders in fintech to IDA’s new global ad campaign, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
Fintech is a fast-growing industry attracting traditional players, disruptive upstarts and plenty of investment. But who are the leading thinkers, advisers and policymakers lighting the way ahead?
As the prevalence of regtech increases, so too does the importance of entrepreneurs and developers taking advantage of the technology. Gecko Governance’s Andris Macs offers some insight into how regtech is disrupting the financial sector.
IDA Ireland is coming out all guns blazing with a new global ad campaign that will transcend digital, print and TV, to remind decision-makers that Ireland is the place to invest post-Brexit.
Having committed to continue investing in the ESA, the Irish Government has confirmed it will invest €90m until 2021, with the expectation of creating 1,000 space-tech jobs by 2020.
New research into the security of Visa credit and debit cards has described the ability to bypass online payment security methods in just six seconds as “frighteningly easy”.
The deathly slow removal of mobile roaming charges in the EU took another step towards its ultimate resolution this week, with the European Parliament agreeing a new cap on services.
Once seen as cutting edge, Google, Apple and Samsung are sliding in the PwC Global ICT 50 ranking due to slower growth and maturing technologies.
A novel series of cold plasma experiments aboard the International Space Station (ISS) could result in odourless chip shops.
Amid a burst of jobs announcements across Ireland, we took a look at the entire job-search process and examined working life.
The Irish Government is once again looking to close the existing loophole that allows people to watch RTÉ programmes for free through non-TV devices, but is far from deciding how it wants to do it.