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Showcasing the most significant tech developments in Northern Ireland

How music startups in Northern Ireland are turning to Kickstarter to raise capital and take their products to market

How music startups in Northern Ireland are turning to Kickstarter to raise capital and take their products to market

added Wednesday, February 11 2015

Musicians have long gravitated towards Kickstarter, the US crowdfunding site. When you consider how the idea was born - co-founder Perry Chen wanted...

The 60-second interview: Paul Hamill, RTE presenter and ‘Chief Navigator’, Inflyte app

added Wednesday, February 11 2015

If you’ve ever worked at a radio station, you’ll be familiar with this problem: upcoming artists and bands bombarding you constantly with demo...

From filmmaker to startup CEO: Gawain Morrison talks about his wearable tech company, Sensum

added Tuesday, January 27 2015

A long-standing complaint from marketers is that focus groups and other forms of market research are ineffective, since people aren’t always honest...

The technology behind fashion: Meet Karishma Kusurkar, inventor of One Square

added Tuesday, January 27 2015

In its January 2010 issue, Vogue identified a new technological trend within fashion: digital prints on fabric. It was a technology that had been...

In Omagh, a young inventor is working on a wearable tech startup

added Tuesday, January 13 2015

Omagh might be the last place you’d expect to find a Makerspace. It’s probably also the last place you’d expect to find a wearable tech startup....


A look at NI's indie game dev scene through the eyes of a veteran: John Girvin

added Monday, December 15 2014

In 1992, John Girvin’s Exploding Atoms landed on the Amiga console – with some success. 22 years later, he’s reinvented it for iOS.   If...

DisplayNote launch new collaborative editing product, Swoodle, in beta

added Tuesday, December 9 2014

A few weeks ago, I was at the Dublin Web Summit when I came across a Northern Irish startup called DisplayNote. You may have heard of them: Ben Bland...

Living the dream: How two surfers from Portrush are trying to revolutionise the surfing industry

added Wednesday, December 3 2014

"We turned up for the first part of the... I think it was Co-Founders [a startup event]. You know, so you’ve got NISP CONNECT and Co-Founders, and...

In six weeks, one NI startup had 20,000 downloads of its iOS app

added Wednesday, December 3 2014

If you're involved in the tech/startup scene, you've probably heard the word "pivot" many more times that you'd like to. Yet for one local company,...

Environmental startup Green Sword heads Stateside this week with NI Tech Mission

added Tuesday, December 2 2014

This week, a group of entrepreneurs from NI headed out to the West Coast (US) as part of the NI Tech Mission. One of them was David Moorhead of Green...

NI tech startups to pitch potential investors and business partners in Silicon Valley and San Diego

added Tuesday, November 25 2014

"No making fun of each other for pronouncing your vowels! Or if you hear each other saying 'I'll be there in an ow-wer' on the phone instead of 'an...


NI startup SendMyBag launches in the US, opens New York office

added Monday, November 24 2014

Very nice: TechCrunch reports that Northern Irish startup SendMyBag has just launched in the US: "SendMyBag has come a long way since being...


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