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A new travel app uses image recognition to book a holiday based on a photo.
A new concept shoe can be easily changed to suit evolving fashion or replace wearing parts.
A new tech solution cuts waiting times and provides pub staff with useful data on their most popular beers.
A new scouting platform has been designed to help talent scouts find the perfect player for their sports team.
An augmented reality app allows users to listen to new musicians play concerts anywhere in the world.
Researchers discovered that a protein made by birds and mammals produces electricity when put under pressure.
A new gadget aims to help small brick-and-mortar retailers compete with the large online retailers by letting potential customers see their stock online.
A Belfast researcher has developed a way to recycle used aluminium foil into the precursor for a biofuel catalyst, saving money and the environment.
Informally organized, Pop Up Gaeltachts began in Dublin and have since spread to cities around the country and into North America.
Handheld breathalyzer device helps users keep track of their gut health by measuring the gases released in their breath.
Navia is a portable wifi security solution, that also unblocks geo-restricted content worldwide.
The Freebird Club is an international social travel club created to connect member guests and hosts, all over the age of 50, with like-minded travelers.
MC10 have partnered with PCH to open up their ultra-thin smart skin wearables for development of NFC applications.
Seen on Set is an online platform, where viewers can browse and purchase furniture, tech, homeware and decorations they have seen on film and TV.
Pick Me Up Parcels and Positivity Pack both enable thoughtful users to order care packages that help friends de-stress and unwind.
Gaming for Peace is an online role-playing game for police and military personnel that helps them learn peacekeeping skills.
Gametionary helps users find similar games to the ones they enjoy, and enables independent developers to gain exposure.
Drop is a smart kitchen scale that can adjust recipes on the fly if users put too much of one ingredient in.
We caught up with David Ingram – director and shareholder in Galvanic, the Ireland-based startup that created the PIP – to find out how he relaxes when he’s not helping others to do so.
Irish band Bell X1 has encased its new Chop Chop album in a practical chopping board, as well as opening pop-up shops that sell nothing but the release.
The PIP is a device that senses stress when held in the hand and can be used to control video game characters that teach users how to manage their anxiety.