Semiconductor visionaries: Seán Mitchell, David Moloney and John Bourke – co-founders of Movidius which develops vision-sensing technology. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Back in 2011, Irish start-up Movidius was trying to tap into the 3D market with a silicon chip that could be integrated into phones to work with soft(...)

The deal with Fathom is just one signed by Movidius this year.

Imagine a world in which your home security camera will notice that the living room needs to be hoovered and will send your robot vacuum cleaner to de(...)

DJI drone: Movidius processor facilitates a number of new features

Irish company Movidius has done a deal with drone maker DJI that brings the company’s vision-sensing technology to the latest Phantom drone. The Dubl(...)

Kenah Hill, St Georges Avenue, Killiney Hill Road, in Dublin

A Victorian house on Killiney Hill, Co Dublin has sold for €9 million, making it the second highest residential property sale in the capital this year(...)

The €100m fund to develop offices will address an “important gap” in the market, Quadrant Real Estate said.

The State-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund has teamed up with a US real estate fund to offer up to €100 million to finance high-quality offic(...)

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton. “We are getting traction on the trade side and the investment side. Things are heading in the right direction”

China is a challenging but rewarding market for Irish companies, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, said during a visit to (...)

An airbnb floating house in London: the tech start-up is considered a unicorn as it has reached a €1 billion or more valuation. Photograph: Mikael Buck/airbnb/PA Wire

Silicon Valley has experienced a sharp increase in the number of unicorn sightings in recent months. Not since the late 1990s have so many claimed to (...)

Eugene O’Callaghan, fund director, of  the Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) expects it to commit between €500 million and €1 billion to projects in the Republic this year.

The State-backed Irish Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) expects to commit between €500 million and €1 billion to projects in the Republic this year.Th(...)

Sean Mitchell, David Moloney and John Bourke of Movidius. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

When it comes to the internet of things, less is more. At least it is according to Irish chip maker Movidius. “We’re very much of the feeling that it(...)

Movidius currently has its headquarters in Silicon Valley, and a design centre in Romania, and is expected to announce further job increases at its international offices in the coming months.

Irish-founded technology company Movidius is to create 100 jobs over the next three years in Ireland after it raised $40 million in funding. The fable(...)