We explain why we’re behind the National Broadband Plan, and chat with Carol O’Sullivan from Science Foundation Ireland, about Digitally Enhanced Reality and this weeks 3D City Data Hackathon.
Dusty causes his own controversy with the National Broadband Plan by saying the unthinkable. Also, find out more about Made which will bring tech creators across Ireland together at a special show in July. Funded by Science Foundation Ireland we hear from Maker Advocate Vicky Towney Lee.
Looking back at this weeks Facebook developers conference and ahead to next weeks similar one for Google.
We chat with Dr Jenny Hanafin, Senior Earth Observation Scientist at NUI Galway, on what to do with the massive amount of data we get from orbiting satellites.
We chat with an Irish IoT company, where Lara Kelly, Head of the Data & Analytical Team with HealthBeacon, tells us how they use the internet of things in their daily work.
Darya Yegorina tells us how her company wants to bring augmented reality clever books to schools. We ask questions about what Alexa hears and share tales from outer space with Chris Hadfield.
We speak with the MD of the Irish branch of Girls in Tech, Coral Movaselli. Also, things virtual assistants can do, that digital assistants can’t!
Why Apples announcements this week are one of the most interesting in years and we check out the hot new Huawei phone which can do things no other phone can with sound and pictures.
We discuss good and bad news for Google week, the real reason behind this weeks new product announcements from Apple and the weird way an Irish games company found over €3 million in funding.
As the internet turns 30 we look at the best and worst its given us. We also chat with Cian O’Flaherty of Safecility to find out how they use the Internet of Things to make buildings safer.