Swansea Hackspace gets a new home

Growing creative community Swansea Hackspace is now occupying the entire first floor of TechHub Swansea, a co-working space for tech start-ups. It moved into a small room on the fourth floor of Wind Street-based TechHub in July 2014 but has moved because it’s been attracting more members and getting hold of new equipment. The space,...

Welsh innovation centre offering up free weekly workshops for start-ups

Caerphilly-based innovation centre Welsh ICE has begun working with a number of successful businesses to offer free advice workshops to support start-ups. The workshops will give entrepreneurs and business owners access to free, high-quality advice on subjects such as data protection, law, tax and accounting. Following a successful pilot at the centre, workshops will run every Tuesday and...

Interview: Techie Ospreys rugby player Cai Griffiths on wearables in sport

Wearables are major trend in the tech world right now, with big players like Apple, Samsung, Motorola and Sony all battling it out for market leadership. Smartwatches and smartbands are particularly popular among sportspeople, providing them with new ways to boost their performance and training. We speak to Cai Griffiths, who’s a rugby union player...

Welsh Government and Microsoft team up to support games developers in Wales

The Welsh Government and tech giant Microsoft have teamed up together to launch a pilot project aimed at supporting start-up games developers in Wales. Greenshoots, as it’s being called, will provide four games development firms with a grant of £25,000 to build new titles and will receive expert support from Microsoft. A similar incubation programme...

Pupils test drive new hybrid PC developed in Wales

Ysgol Y Deri in Penarth is among the first schools to get its hands on a computer that’s been designed in Wales specifically for children. A2Z Computing, based in Newport, recently unveiled the hybrid PC. Called the Fizzbook Duo, it can be used a tablet and a laptop for accelerated learning in the classroom. Pupils and teachers...

Creative digital agency Sequence nominated for BIMA award

Cardiff-based creative digital agency Sequence has been announced as a finalist for a BIMA (British Interactive Media Award) in the B2B & Professional Services category. It’s been nominated for its work with Honeywell Aerospace and will attend an exclusive awards night on September 17th, accompanied by some of the UK’s biggest brands and their agencies....

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