With multiple looks at start-ups that sizzle, this week we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world.
Where research and entrepreneurship converge, magical medical innovation can happen.
Belfast is a city steeped in rich history, but its Cathedral Quarter is fast becoming the home of future thinking. Emily McDaid met with the people behind Dawson Andrews, a studio that is driving digital innovation.
Stockholm is on fire when it comes to start-ups, with $1.4bn of venture capital raised by 247 companies in 2016 alone – more than half of the total investments in the Nordic region last year.
When it comes to successful European tech start-ups, Stockholm has more than its fair share, from Skype to Spotify, King and more.
We interviewed a few of the female-led start-ups that participated in the NDRC Investor Day, which took place in December.
Whittled down out of applictions from 40 countries, eight start-ups have been selected to take part in the latest StartPlanetNI accelerator, based in Belfast.
Ahead of the release of its official report into the Galaxy Note7 debacle, Samsung has found that the cause of the battery issues was down to a manufacturing error that saw a number of irregularly sized batteries.
LinkedIn has finally revealed the redesign of its desktop site, which is more streamlined and comes with new chatbot and search features.
2017 will be a breakthrough year for machine learning, with capabilities evolving from smartphones and arriving in drones, tablets, cars, the internet of things, and AR and VR devices.
Infosec journalist Brian Krebs has claimed to have unmasked the creator of the Mirai botnet, which caused the internet’s biggest meltdown to date by taking over vulnerable IoT devices.