From Cassini smashing into Saturn to the diversity dilemma in innovation, we have all the best sci-tech stories to complement your weekend reading.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has smashed into Saturn after nearly two decades, but the images it captured will live on for years to come.
Eir CEO Richard Moat says broadband and mobile bundles are enabling better customer retention, and outlines how the company is preparing for the 5G future.
Finland’s capital Helsinki is a hotbed of tech innovation. We check out 15 promising Helsinki start-ups that are making waves internationally.
With 23 years in male-dominated industries behind her, Dr Anita Sands has learned how ignoring micro-behaviours comes at the peril of a healthy, inclusive company culture.
Scurri is on track to process €1bn in gross merchandise value every month.
Dr Blánaid White of DCU is using analytical chemistry to help protect the environment and the food we eat. She spoke to Dr Claire O’Connell.
Good news for the connected, but meaningless if you are on the wrong side of the digital divide.
As the countdown begins to GDPR, Irish and European organisations are seriously underprepared, says PwC’s Pat Moran.
The Ig Nobel awards are a time to celebrate the sillier side of research, and this year’s winners have not disappointed.
This week in IoT, Huawei creates a demo smart city, industry is getting serious about AI, and Intel and Tencent team up for blockchain.