From cars to trash cans, objects are now online. We meet two Finnish firms that are creating uses for the Internet of Things.
Finnish women entrepreneurs are bringing new views to gaming. We meet the creators of two very different simulation games.
The Finnish startup ecosystem draws the brightest minds and most innovative companies in the world to Slush Helsinki.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Martti Ahtisaari helps achieve a truce between the Angry Birds and the Bad Piggies (see video).
A Finnish company is helping people engage with 3D printing. You can even use a 3D printer for free at Aalto University.
Finland’s northern city of Oulu is gaining recognition around the globe for its innovative healthcare ecosystem.
Finland has an important role in the new bioeconomy, in which recent developments are shaping the world’s future.
From diabetes logbooks to medical alert bracelets, Finns are developing novel high-tech solutions to healthcare issues.
Several female tech entrepreneurs are household names in Finland, and more are on the way up. We meet two of them.
Eight surviving teams of coders race artificially intelligent cars onscreen at the Hello World Open finals in Helsinki.
Summer means you get to catch up on reading, exercise, sleep and languages. Here are seven Finnish apps to help you along.
As the one-million-euro Millennium Technology Prize is awarded in Helsinki, big data is revolutionising the way we live.
With a new CEO, Nokia charts its course in a world where everyone – and everything – takes part in connectivity.
A nightmarish case made two Finns realise the need to secure data. Their company and others in Finland continue to innovate.
Wooden cars, interactive dashboards displays, systems to detect slick roads: Finland develops innovative auto solutions.
Finnish expertise in tech and gaming unites with the country’s excellence in education to form a winning combination.
Kilometre-high skyscrapers or wooden buildings: Finnish companies are at the forefront of new construction technology.
Finnish brands like Angry Birds and Marimekko join international partners for new co-branding efforts this autumn.
Thanks to events like Midnight Pitch Fest, Finland’s northern city of Oulu is becoming known as the city of startups
Companies in Finland, the land of Angry Birds and Clash of Clans, are making apps for young kids and their parents.
Rails Girls, a worldwide movement encouraging women to try app building and programming, began with one event in Finland.
The new cruise ship Viking Grace is the most efficient ship in the thriving Baltic Sea cruise industry. We find out why.
We check out Finnish mobile apps that get you a taxi and let you know what you can do at your destination.
Angry Birds, then Clash of Clans: Finnish mobile games have taken the world by storm, and there’s no end in sight.
Two people fall in love with Finnish design and end up working in Finland’s cutting-edge mobile game industry.
Engaging Learning Environment, part of Helsinki’s year as 2012 World Design Capital, shows how tech and teaching will combine.
Finnish startup Jolla grants a rare interview to our reporter about its plans to break into the smartphone market.
Finland is seeing a startup renaissance driven by an unforeseen source: people with a Nokia background.
One Finnish startup, Scoopshot, connects photographers to media outlets that are looking for up-to-the-minute pictures.
Startups Microtask and M-Files use advances in technology to move innovative theories from classrooms to boardrooms.
Science collaborations between India and Finland are breaking new ground, especially in biotech and green chemistry.
The company's path to success has been paved with much work and many achievements – and some misfortunes, says Eljas Repo of investment magazine Arvopaperi.
To thrive today, Finland needs more than forestry, metal, chemicals and telecoms, writes Dan Steinbock.
Professor Michael Grätzel of Switzerland wins the 800,000-euro Millennium Technology Prize in recognition of life-enhancing technological innovations.
An OECD report concludes that teens in Finland and New Zealand are the leaders in science, and says schools should focus on making science pleasant and enjoyable for students.
The new Aalto University combines three Helsinki institutes of higher learning to foster an innovative academic community.
Finland has gone from forestry-based to technology-based economy, and is now undergoing a further transition to service-dominated society.
The small northern city of Oulu is known far and wide as the birthplace of Technopolis, a technology centre that helps companies grow and succeed.
Government strategy and company implementation give Finland an increasing reputation for cleantech.
Even in the digital age, language and identity are closely linked. Computer spellcheckers help the Sámi languages hold their own.