Sci-tech reading for the weekend, including amazing AI breakthroughs, foldable phones and science discoveries.
Dr Nora Khaldi’s Dublin start-up and BASF are claiming a new breakthrough as a world first.
Facebook says it is expanding its presence in Ireland by acquiring a lease for a new campus in Ballsbridge, Co Dublin.
It seems the future is foldable as Samsung unveils its Infinity Flex Display foldable smartphone that doubles as a tablet computer.
A team of scientists in Vienna, including an Irish researcher, has made a substantial breakthrough that could help us fight cancer in a new way.
Researchers have found a way to pack graphene even tighter, taking us a step closer to producing hydrogen and other cleaner fuels.
The latest satellite imagery from ESA has helped uncover images of the remnants of lost continents deep beneath ice sheets at Antarctica.
Western countries risk being left behind by China in the race for the development of blockchain.
TechWatch’s Emily McDaid talks to CSIT’s Sarah McCarthy about cryptography and the need for secure digital ID in a post-quantum world.
Three UK CEO claims 5G will allow users to ditch fixed-line broadband.
Amazon has been criticised in recent times for licensing its facial recognition software system to government and law enforcement agencies in the US.