From CES to zombies and Trump’s video trove, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
To mark Women’s Little Christmas across Ireland, libraries, museums and other iconic buildings will be lit up with the images of Irish women whose amazing achievements are often overlooked by history.
Stemettes CEO Anne-Marie Imafidon, a newly minted MBE, believes delivery is the key to engaging young women in STEM. Claire O’Connell reports.
Ireland appears to be making quite a name for itself abroad, having been placed fourth in Forbes’ annual Best Countries for Business, with Sweden taking first place.
Physics students wanting to see how the world’s population would fare in the event of a zombie outbreak discovered that after just 100 days, our species would be doomed.
BMW has revealed that its alliance with Intel and Mobileye will result in 40 self-driving test cars hitting the road by the second half of this year.
Audi and Nvidia are collaborating on their own self-driving car that will have AI at its core, hitting roads in 2020.
Chinese drone-maker DJI is understood to have acquired a majority stake in iconic Swedish camera brand Hasselblad.
Within the heart of our galaxy lies a monstrous black hole that, contrary to our understanding of them, is shooting out planet-sized objects at a significant rate.
TV appearances made by Donald Trump in the last eight years can now be found in the Trump Archive, a searchable repository created by Internet Archive.
As we come to the end of the first working week of 2017, we offer some career advice for those looking to switch things up in the new year.