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Wearable fitness trackers aren’t for everyone. But if you think they might help motivate you, here are few suggestions. LumaFit From €69 Made by a(...)

From left: Richard Wheatly (Huggity) with Paddy Flynn, Google director of product quality operations, and Rory Caren, IBM ecosystem developer relations manager, at the Silicon Stroll Bootcamp launch

Twenty Irish tech firms have been selected to compete in a two-day investment bootcamp event in which they will be go head-to-head with companies fro(...)

Dr Mick Carter and Gail Condon, founders of Writing for Tiny. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennell Photography

The first round of companies hoping to raise funds from Trinity College’s new crowdfunding platform ended their campaigns last week without hitting th(...)

Lumafit is set to take the fitness tracker market on, with a Kickstarter campaign beginning next week.

Amid increasing attention on wearable technology there’s a new fitness tracker heading for the market, and it’s made by an Irish firm. Lumafit (...)