From Career Zoo in Dublin to London’s brightest start-ups, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
London is unquestionably the epicentre of start-up activity in Europe. Check out these 30 start-ups to watch out for in 2017 and 2018.
Amazon submits plans for €1bn data centre campus in west Dublin.
From performing ultrasound scans in the Australian outback to starting global medtech empires, Dr Johnny Walker has his finger on the digital pulse.
With Hailo’s goodbye, Mytaxi CEO Andrew Pinnington explains that the real fuel driving the Daimler-owned venture is data.
Students in Northern Ireland were shown how to think differently and be more innovative at Connect’s Night of Ambition.
Are you heading down to Career Zoo on Saturday? Make sure you don’t miss a thing with this handy guide from director Brian Ó hOisín.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange believes that Silicon Valley’s largest companies would benefit by partnering with the organisation, but tech giants are wary of getting caught in a legal nightmare.
Anything below 25Mbps should not be called broadband.
By detecting underground movements, Eva Eibl is finding key signals that tell us about volcanic eruptions. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
Beetles have worked out a way to secretly invade ant colonies and eat their brood. Even stranger, they’ve evolved to do this over and over again.