Eir are back with big broadband promises but can they deliver? We also chat with Kevin Koidl from the Adapt Centre about alternative social networks that just might be trustworthy.
We look at Ireland’s Space Plan, why Facebook money won’t work and speak with Holly O’Driscoll, an American world leader in design thinking.
Former White House digital strategy advisor Anil Dash chats about tech as a force of good in society and we look at the latest games and consoles from this weeks E3.
Hear five things that impressed us the most at Apple’s 2019 Keynote. We also have a fascinating interview with Nilofer Merchant, who literally wrote the book of new rules for business innovators and re-imagines how work, works!
For the 40th Anniversary of Alien this weekend, we present the best sci-fi movies with a twist.
We look past Alien, Star Wars, Interstellar etc to find all-time great sci-fi movies you may have missed. Enjoy !!
Why would we still buy a Hauwei phone? Because the Hauwei story is not about phones. Its about something much bigger. We explain all. We also check in on a year of GDPR with legal expert Laura Fannin from Hayes Solicitors.
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.