Ambisense chief executive Stephen McNulty: the spin-out from Dublin City University   designs low-cost instruments to monitor quality levels of gas and air. Photograph: Lensmen Photographic Agency

Suir Valley Ventures, which backs early-stage technology companies across AR/VR, fintech, artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT(...)

Chief operating officer Sean Mitchell, chief executive Remi El-Ouzanne, chief finance officer John Bourke and chief technology officer David Moloney of Movidius

For anyone not familiar with Movidius, the news that it has been acquired by chipmaker Intel might make it seem as though it is yet another tech start(...)

Pursuing collaborations: Biosensia chief operating officer Niamh O’Luanaigh. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A new screening test from the Irish biotech start-up Biosensia could play a significant role in the speedy diagnosis of head trauma. Proteomics is t(...)

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Specialist Irish technology investor Atlantic Bridge has launched a €140 million fund aimed at tech companies with potential global market scalabilit(...)

Swrve was established by Havok co-founders Hugh Reynolds and Steve Collins in 2010

Dublin-based Swrve, a mobile and social marketing company, has announced plans to create 45 new high-tech jobs after closing a $30 million (€27.9m) fu(...)

Sean Mitchell and David Moloney, founders of Movidius. The company has announced the second generation of its chip which it claims has twenty times more efficient than its predecessor.

Movidius, the Irish-backed mobile vision technology firm, has announced the second generation of its chip which it claims has twenty times more effici(...)

Google wants to make mobile devices more human-like with an understanding of space and motion – and it needs Movidius to help it get there. Photograph: David Ramos/Bloomberg

It takes two to tango, and what a partner Google looks like being for Dublin chip maker Movidius. Being named by Google as a key team member of(...)

The China Ireland Technology Growth Capital Fund will invest in fast-growing companies in Ireland that have an interest or presence in China, and will also back similar Chinese firms that want to set up here. Photograph: Nelson Ching/Bloomberg

A new $100 million fund aimed at strengthening ties between Ireland and China has been established by the National Pensions Reserve Fund. The C(...)