More than 11,000 people from 3,000 companies are invited to Fujitsu’s to “Human Centric Innovation” forum in Munich More than 11,000 people from 3,000 companies are invited to Fujitsu’s to “Human Centric Innovation” forum in Munich

In the early morning calm of the Munich trade fair, a canteen employee is trying to get a free cup of coffee. Unfortunately for her the coffee machine(...)

Artist’s impression of the project. The City Quays 2 development is part of a larger £250 million scheme that includes a mix of commercial offices, residential space, shops and a proposed 200 bedroom hotel.

Belfast Harbour has secured planning permission for a new £20 million waterfront office development close to the city centre which could create 600 jo(...)

Futurist Prof James Woudhuysen pictured at the Fujitsu World Tour which took place last week in the Convention Centre Dublin. photograph: conor mccabe

What if a builder could construct a 2,500sq ft house for you in 24 hours at a cost of €5,000? Sounds crazy but the idea is becoming more and more a re(...)

Intel Leixlip: the company has spent in the region of $5 billion (€3.7 billion) upgrading its Leixlip operations over the last three years in preparation for production of its new, ultra-compact 14 nanometer transistors in the coming months. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Short-term competitiveness is important, but companies who lose sight of long-term industry developments risk getting left behind. That’s the warning (...)

Fujitsu president Masami Yamamoto believes the key issue for Japan’s faltering tech giants is how to create more value in an increasingly connected world

It may be difficult to recall now but in the late 1980s Japanese companies ruled the world of hi-tech gadgets. Sharp and Hitachi were household names.(...)

Regina Moran, chief executive of Fujitsu’s Irish operation: “There are no soap operas like CSI for technology roles.”

Where are all the female tech leaders? It’s a question that has focused on the technology sector, an industry that prides itself on innovation, challe(...)

Like International CES, there are enough gadgets and software announced at Mobile World Congress to make your head spin. There may not be quit(...)

A woman registers her palm on a PulseWallet, a point-of-purchase device, during the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month. Photograph: Steve Marcus/Reuters

Using your biometric data as a method of identification is commonplace these days. Once the territory of high-security facilities in movies, now it’s (...)

The purchase of IBM’s server unit would bolster Lenovo’s efforts to diversify beyond a shrinking PC market. Photograph: Reuters

Lenovo Group, the world’s largest PC maker, agreed to buy IBM Corp’s low-end server business in a long-awaited deal valued at about $2.3 billion, the (...)

Chief executive of Irish Water John Tierney  and John Barry, director of the Irish Water programme at Bord Gáis arrive at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Department of the Environment knew last March how much Irish Water was spending on outside consultants, an Oireachtas committee was told yesterday(...)