From the pioneering projects at Tyndall to the API economy, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
Researchers at Cork’s Tyndall National Institute are developing mind-blowing next-generation technology.
The API economy is eating software and Irish tech firms have a chance to reap the whirlwind.
Peer-to-peer payments platform Circle has gone live in Ireland and Spain, enabling consumers to send each other money via their smartphones.
In a pitch battle that involved fire, rapping and mooning, the international brigade ultimately prevailed at the Uprise Festival in Dublin, with confectioners Smith & Sinclair winning the overall €5,000 prize.
Ireland has been confirmed as one of the first locations for Vodafone’s commercial NB-IoT networks when it launches in early 2017.
So you’ve decided you want to work in tech. What do you do next, and what can you expect from your future career?
We read a lot about quick tips and tricks that can help you excel in your career. This week though, we learned one simple trick: just learn to code.
As each industry undergoes its own form of digital revolution, predicting what the future of work will be is tricky, though it should not be discounted.
IMI programme director Tadhg Nagle has four questions you can ask to see if you are treating your data right.
With roles in sci-tech and fintech on the rise, we spoke to some of the sector’s top companies about the future for jobs in the industry.