From the winning Irish BT Young Scientists to Google’s next expansion in Dublin, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
From BT Young Scientist winners to entrepreneurial academics, these young dynamos will blow you away.
Google is understood to be planning to create 400 new jobs in Dublin, cementing its position as one of the city’s biggest employers.
Facebook is trying to teach journalists how to thrive in the digital age, while also tackling the scourge of fake news. The key lies in helping users tell the difference between truth and lie.
Despite WhatsApp claiming that its messages are end-to-end encrypted, new research has shown that a backdoor exists within the code to allow Facebook and others to read a transcript of messages.
Cellebrite, the Israel-based company allegedly hired by the FBI to crack the iPhone’s encryption last year, has itself been hacked, the company admitted.
The much-anticipated Nintendo Switch console has finally been given a release date, but the shareholders don’t seem too impressed.
Though related to the leafy and common seadragon, ruby seadragons are so elusive, that capturing them on video in the wild has proved impossible, until now.
Irish B2B video sharing platform Overcast has announced that following a €500,000 investment, it is to create 70 jobs in its Dublin office over the next three years.
Dublin fintech start-up Flender has surpassed its £500,000 crowdfunding goal on Seedrs.
Dr Sabina Brennan, whose work has won a major award for science communication, is planting awareness of brain health into our brains. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.