Learnium introduces new features as part of Microsoft partnership

Cardiff-based edtech company Learnium has unveiled a number of new features as part of its ongoing partnership with tech giant Microsoft. It’s creating a new social learning experience by implementing Microsoft Office co-authoring and mobile integration capabilities into its education platform. By joining forces with Microsoft, Learnium has been able to bring its platform to...

Huw Marshall, Games Wales: Welsh gaming can be recognised globally

Ahead of the Wales Games Development Show – which is taking place tomorrow – we had a brief catch up with lead organiser Huw Marshall. He talks to us about the show and gaming in Wales.  TD: Why did you set up the Wales Games Development show? HM: The WGDS was set up in order...

Multi-campus Welsh college uses latest tech to unify data management

A Welsh further education college has turned to the latest technology in a bid to improve the way it manages data across its campuses. Coleg y Cymoedd has begun using Active Dashboards from software provider Dynistics so it can enhance information management throughout its organisation. The college is one of the largest in Wales and...

Interview: Ollie Gardener, Noddlepod

We speak to Ollie Gardener, the co-founder of Cardiff-based edtech start-up Noddlepod. Launched in March 2009 and having raised £105K in seedfunding last year, it’s a tool for collaborative learning and leadership development. TD: What does your business do? OG: We help businesses tap into the knowledge, experiences and abilities of their people. We do...

Welsh tech experts using ‘intelligent system’ to battle malware during Euro 2016

Computer science experts from Cardiff University have deployed an ‘intelligent system’ capable of tracking malicious viruses on Twitter during Euro 2016. The aim here is to crack down on the number of malicious viruses that are spread on social media, with the researchers trawling through thousands of suspicious links on Twitter. They’re using a trained...

Wales Startup Awards launch to celebrate young Welsh businesses

The Wales Startup Awards have launched in a bid to recognise and celebrate the achievements being made by young Welsh firms. Sponsored by Natwest and Caerphilly-based innovation centre Welsh ICE, the awards are only open to businesses that have been running for three years or less. There are fourteen categories open for entries, covering a...

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