Bridgend-based Celtic Electrical launches home automation company

Directors at Bridgend-based Celtic Electrical have launched a new home automation business. Leaf will operate from new offices at Miskin Manor Business Centre and provide a range of home automation services to commercial, industrial and residential clients right across the UK. Lee Powell, the managing director of Celtic Electrical and Leaf, along with Leaf business development manager...

Newport solar tech accessory maker signs distribution agreement with major electronics wholesaler

Newport-based solar tech accessory maker GCell has signed an exclusive keyboard and accessory distribution agreement with major wholesale electronics distributor Ingram Micro. This commences the introduction of the GCell Solar Power Keyboard Folio, a solar-powered Bluetooth keyboard compatible with Apple’s iPad Air and iPad Air 2. Instead of relying on batteries or an electrical socket, like many...

North Wales digital agency and expert geologists create online London fossil map

North Wales digital agency Livetech has created an interactive map of fossils embedded in a number of London’s historic buildings – including the Houses of Parliament. The company, which specialises in website and app design, teamed up with retired geologist David Wallis to build the website called London Pavement Geology. It’s been able to reveal that the...

VFX and motion graphics house Bait Studio nominated for two BAFTA Cymru Awards

VFX and motion graphics house Bait Studio has been nominated for two awards at this year’s prestigious BAFTA Cymru Awards. The nominations recognise the studio, based at the Welsh Government’s creative industries hub in Cardiff Bay, for both its visual effects and motion graphics work. BAFTA Cymru takes place annually and honours excellence in broadcasting...

Should Bitcoin be regulated?

There are many arguments for and against the regulation of Bitcoin. For it to succeed in the medium to long term, there must be some sort of fair regulatory framework in place for certain Bitcoin businesses and start-ups to adhere to. The currency, as it stands, is a legal grey area that nobody is 100%...

Meet the former teacher who’s now running a successful tech company in North Wales

Life doesn’t always take one particular path, as an ex-teacher from Colwyn Bay in North Wales can tell you. Paul Levy, who’s 47, become frustrated by the bureaucracy and paperwork involved in his teaching job and ended up quitting the profession to set up his own technology business, Livetech, in 2000. It’s a digital creative...

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