From the scientists to the start-ups, we cover all the scéal in the sci-tech world this week.
‘Teicneolaíocht’ (technology) is fun in any language and Seachtain na Gaeilge is the perfect excuse to try a ‘teic’ term or two.
This year’s St Patrick’s Day Science Medal has gone to Dr Pearse Lyons and Prof Adrian E Raftery.
Database software leader MongoDB is to double its staff from 75 people to more than 150 in the next year, CEO Dev Ittycheria told Siliconrepublic.com.
The Equals programme wants to empower girls and women through technology.
Streaming giant Netflix is planning to grow its audience of mobile streamers by making smartphone-friendly versions of original series.
Reports of a remake, or reboot, of The Matrix have grown, with Warner Bros apparently in discussions to deliver an update – two decades after the original airing.
And so, one of the most delicate ecosystems on the planet begins to give up the ghost, as the Great Barrier Reef falls into decline.
The latest twist in the Yahoo data breach saga is beginning to resemble the plot of an elaborate spy novel.
The recent introduction of the WhatsApp Status feature has not gone down well with users, and the Facebook-owned messaging service has promised to return a fan favourite.
Dublin tech company HealthBeacon is to open a new office in Boston today (16 March 2017) to accelerate its plans to revolutionise how people take medication in a safe way.
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