Welsh charity adopts mobile tech to increase impact

Blind Veterans UK, which is a charity based in Llandudno, has adopted a string of mobile technologies to grow its capacity and reach more people. The charity, which provides support to armed forces veterans living with sight problems, has invested in new technology from Totalmobile to expand its important work. It’s rolled out mobile solutions...

Proptech firm mounts ambitious growth campaign

Cardiff-based technology firm University Cribs is developing a new virtual reality service to help students view accommodation before signing rental agreements. The company confirmed that the new feature, which is called Cribs VR, will roll out to users through an update within the next few weeks. It’ll be offered as an option from the UC website....

Cardiff School of Technologies opens

The Cardiff School of Technologies, which will recruit two thousand students by 2024, was formally launched at the Senedd last week. Based at Cardiff Metropolitan University, the institution is aimed at supporting the needs of the Welsh technology sector. It’ll cover areas such as data science, cyber security, mobile computing, artificial intelligence and systems engineering....

Collective of Welsh co-working spaces launches

Representatives from Wales’s largest co-working spaces have teamed up to launch a group to support the growth of the Welsh tech and creative sectors. The Coworking Collective, which is managed by Creative Cardiff, is aimed at showcasing the innovative entrepreneurs and businesses putting Wales on the map. Run in association with the BBC Digital Cities...

Interview: Cam Bunton, contributing editor of Pocket-lint

We recently caught up with Cam Bunton, contributing editor of technology blog Pocket-lint. Based in North Wales, he makes a living by reviewing the latest gadgets. Speaking to Tech Dragons, Cam reveals how he got into technology journalism, the innovation that excites him the most and what his average working day is like. TD: Who...

Smart building firm teams up with Virgin on energy consumption project

Welsh smart building solutions company enModus has teamed up with Virgin Media to help more than 250,000 homes reduce their energy consumption. The firm, which is based in Chepstow, has installed its connected lighting solution at one of the telecom giant’s biggest technical facilities. In the past, Virgin relied on fluorescent lighting. Since implementing the technology,...

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