From start-ups in Munich and the future of work in Dublin to the next IPOs, we take a look at the big stories in the sci-tech world this week.
Beloved for its beer, cars and engineering, Munich is also an epicentre of culture and entrepreneurship. Here are 20 Munich start-ups to watch.
Now that Snap has popped its IPO cherry, which of these promising companies will be next to crackle?
Accenture is to hire 300 tech and design professionals in Ireland this year, including 100 new roles at The Dock in Dublin.
Despite Brexit, the London start-up scene is rocketing and taking the biggest share of Europe’s venture capital. In the middle of this is Max Kelly, who emphasises teams, not individual founders.
We could potentially take vast amounts of CO2 emitted into our atmosphere from fossil fuels and use it as an energy source for a revolutionary rechargeable battery.
Welcome to the future. Humans need not apply. A new exhibition at Science Gallery Dublin is exploring what an automated world might look like.
Armed with thousands of screenshots and an eye for adventure, graphic designer Matteo Archondis has created a wonderful hyperlapse of Earth through Google Maps.
As mountaineers prepare to tackle the feat of climbing Mount Everest, they can rest a bit easier with the knowledge that they can Snapchat their adventure using free, public Wi-Fi.
This year is the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, and Apple has some surprises up its sleeve, including three new devices with wireless charging.
A new device developed in the US is being billed as a major medtech breakthrough, as millimetre-wave signals point to a future of speedy recoveries.