Sci-tech stories for a brave new world, ranging from enabling women entrepreneurs, to the future of medical testing.
There have been persistent rumours that Facebook uses our microphones to listen in on conversations.
Should people who can’t even get broadband be expected to pay extra on their TV licence?
The World Economic Forum has released the 2017 edition of its Global Gender Gap Report, which indicates that the gender gap has widened for the first time since the organisation started measuring it.
Astia entrepreneurs and investors explore the art of the pitch and levelling the playing field.
With more than 300m active monthly users, Twitter is one of the most used social media platforms. But what is it like to work there?
TechWatch’s Emily McDaid explores how medicine is evolving and what role Ciga Healthcare will play in the future of rapid diagnostic testing.
By seeing how our brains react to the sound of music, researchers believe they could find a way to enable the speechless to talk again.
Was the iPhone 8 launch dented by people holding out for the iPhone X?
Seizing new opportunities was a central theme this week in the Careers section. There were jobs announcements abound, and a number of perspectives on starting afresh in Irish tech.
Uber is turning to a safe pair of hands to develop its flying car software, with plans to test flying taxis by 2020.