Speakers at the concluding panel discussion at the September event will include PCH founder Liam Casey. Photograph: David Sleator

PCH International is to host Ireland’s first dedicated hardware hackathon for the Internet of Things, as part of a drive to find the “next big thing i(...)

Many commuters make the daily trip between the People’s Republic of China into Hong Kong

Crossing the border from Shenzhen into Hong Kong is no longer an exercise in gauging contrasts between the highly developed economy and the fast em(...)

From left: developer Zachary Davison with Drop co-founders Ben Harris, Jonny McCauley and Jack Phelan

The oldest surviving cookbook in the world, thought to be written in the early fifth century by a Roman named Apicius, has a distinct leaning towards (...)

Rally Fighter: Local Motors first car, it  was built and funded by a co-creation community of enthusiasts, hobbyists, innovators and professionals.

John “Jay” Rogers jnr leans against a wall in a corridor in the bowels of the Lincoln centre in New York. He has just delivered a speech to a room ful(...)

Cork-based product development and supply chain management company PCH International has unveiled its new online marketplace, TheBlueprint.com. (...)

Pat Phelan originally trained as a butcher and then as a chef in his home city of Cork.He went on to build a number of successful global businesses in(...)

Workday announced its Irish expansion during a visit of Taoiseach Enda Kenny to its head office in Silicon Valley. Photograph: Alan Betson

California-based software company Workday plans to create 200 jobs in Ireland over the next three years, the company announced during a visit of Taoi(...)

Enda Kenny is due to meet Facebook chief executive Sheryl Sandberg tomorrow. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will arrive in the United States today for a three-day visit to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, where he will meet senior exec(...)

Liam casey, chief executive and founder of PCH International (centre) with  Karl Aherne, director of Wayra Ireland, (left). PCH has begun its own accelerator programme aimed at hardware startups and is about to open the applications for its third batch of companies. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Cork-based firm PCH International is opening up its incubator programme Highway1 to new applications. Up to 15 startups will be accepted into the fou(...)

PCH chief executive Liam Casey: “the whole hardware space is on fire at the moment. It is a very exciting time.” Photograph: David Sleator.

PCH International has acquired Canadian ecommerce platform ShopLocket in a significant strategic move by the company, which has its headquarters in C(...)