Icelander Viktor Aðalsteinsson has been chosen as one of 35 Innovators under 35 by MIT Technology Review.
Financial services company Creditinfo has handed over a huge chunk of data to the Árni Magnússon languages institute.
Hampiðjan, a major Icelandic supplier of ropes, rigging and fishing gear, has struck a deal with one of Australia’s biggest fishing companies for the purchase of 120 prawn fishing nets. The deal has helped push Hampiðjan to the number one slot as the biggest company of its type in Australia, its...
Several thousand people are now following the daily life of a teenager who was five weeks ago diagnosed with a serious cancer.
An Icelandic entrepreneur has in the past two years led a team which has developed a new virtual assistance program, called Google Assistant.
Minister of Education Illugi Gunnarsson all but promised this week that Icelandic would become usable in communication with smart devices of the future.
New Enterprise Associates og Novator have invested ISK 4 billion (USD 30.5 million, EUR 28 million) in the Icelandic interactive entertainment Company CCP.
A German economist claims there is great uncertainty regarding the profitability of connecting Iceland’s energy grid to that of the UK by laying a submarine cable between the two countries.
At a meeting in Alþingishúsið, the Icelandic parliament building, yesterday, Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson and British Prime Minister David Cameron agreed to form a task force to look into the possibility of connecting Iceland’s energy grid with Britain’s via a submarine cable...
“Bright, self-assured, helpful voice” is how Úlfar Erlingsson describes the Icelandic computer voice he and Oddur Kjartansson would like to create for Google.
Players of QuizUp, the mobile trivia app based in Iceland, can now create their own questions, it has been announced.
Icelandic meteorologists have a reason to be on cloud nine: A super-computer for weather forecasting will be arriving.
Reykjavík Art Museum this week celebrated a milestone in its online presence, as details of every single one of the roughly-one-thousand exhibitions since the Museum’s inception in 1973 are now available on its new website.