From Apollo 11 and the International Space Station to rural broadband black spots, we bring you all the essential sci-tech reading you need this weekend.
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AI stick delivers deep neural networking capabilities to devices at the edge.
Google Maps goes out of this world to mark the 48th anniversary of the first manned mission to the moon.
Engineers Ireland urges the delivery of National Broadband Plan as soon as possible.
As the National Broadband Plan seems to have stalled, people’s frustration over lack of connectivity in rural Ireland is reaching boiling point.
Despite NASA’s attempts to claim it, a woman who bought a lunar sample bag used by Neil Armstrong has sold it for $1.5m.
Latest earnings indicate how Microsoft has thrown off its legacy mantle and is becoming a fully fledged cloud player.
Ireland cannot be complacent when it comes to Brexit, warns IDA’s Martin Shanahan.
Rhianna Pratchett has established herself as one of the few big names in video game writing, but it hasn’t always been so straightforward.
Dastardly villains of the dark web have no place to run, no place to hide.