David Craig

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Nobody wants a stylus, Steve Jobs said at the launch of the first iPhone, in 2007. “You have to get them, put ’em away. You lose them. Yuck.” That was(...)

Scriba: Architect David Craig came up with the idea for the stylus in 2014 when struggling to find a product that would enable him to make quick sketches on the go while on site.

There is a reason why companies usually steer clear of developing connected hardware. Not only is it often a prohibitively expensive project, but it i(...)

Liam Kavanagh, MD The Irish Times presenting The Irish Times Innovation 2016 overall award to Eamonn Boland, Barry Lunn, Marie Bourke, Valerie Somers and Denver Humphrey of Arralis

Limerick IT firm Arralis, which has developed a powerful radar and communications system for commercial use has won the overall ‘Innovation of the Ye(...)

David Craig: Scriba is the first product to be created by Dublin Design Studio. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Designing a digital pen for use with tablets is a world away from designing buildings. However, for Dublin-based architect David Craig, the inspiratio(...)

Judges of the 2016 awards: back, from left, Prof Pat Daly, Teagasc; Prof Pat Gibbons, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School; Dr Paul Beaney, Ulster University; Robert Love, AbbVie. Front, from left: Dr Marion Boland, Science Foundation Ireland; Niall Campbell, KPMG; Michael McAleer. Photograph: Eric Luke

From cutting edge technology behind space exploration and autonomous cars, to a smart way to unload all those foreign coins we have stuffed away in d(...)

Scriba: inventor David Craig claims that, because of its squeeze motion, it will completely change the way people interact with tablets

The Apple iPad may have been designed so you don’t need a stylus to operate it, but for those who use a tablet for more than just browsing websites or(...)

Makaronik Lyric Theatre, Belfast ** The language of the future has been blunted, hammered home and stripped of all nuance in Dave Dugga(...)

Instant messaging on private networks is a principal way participants in financial markets swap the information that drives trading.

Eight investment banks are launching an ambitious assault on Bloomberg’s grip on daily communications in financial markets with the start of a free m(...)