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.
John Romero’s creations include Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake. Games that arguably, changed the way we play. In advance of his appearance at Comic Con in Dublin this weekend, he sat down for a chat with Niall Kitson to talk about his career and how game development went from a process of weeks to years.
From Netflix to Saorview TV has changed a lot recently. One man at the forefront of mass changes in digital television is Irishman Peter Mac Avock, who is the Head of Distribution, Platforms and Services for the EBU, European Broadcasting Union. Niall sat down with him for a special extended interview, discussing the next frontiers on what we’ll watch next .. and how.
Details on Samsungs new S10 and Samsung Fold phones, when you can get them in Ireland and how much. We also discover 3D printed food with Dr Roisin Burke from the School of Culinary Arts & Food Technology at Technological University Dublin.
Fascinating chat with the Chief Scientific Advisor to the government, and Director-General of SFI Science Foundation Ireland, Prof Mark Ferguson about Ireland’s progress as an innovation island and more.
Join us for a very interesting insight to the world of Software-as-a-Service (SAS) and where it’s going next with Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost.