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Facebook users warned of virus threat from fake notification emails

Users are urged to exercise caution if they receive an email claiming to be a Facebook notification about being tagged in a post.

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Google is developing toys to help kids learn code

Project Bloks could become the best known coding toys on the market

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Microsoft pays out compensation over Windows 10 update

One user in the US has been compensated over an automatic update to the software.

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New Brexit blow as Fitch downgrades Britain's credit rating

International ratings agency Fitch has downgraded Britain's credit rating by one notch following the vote to leave the European Union.

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Airline chiefs discuss air traffic control strikes

Airline bosses are gathering in Brussels to discuss how to minimise the impact of air traffic control (ATC) strikes.

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VW to pay US owners up to £7.5k in £11bn emissions scandal deal

Volkswagen will repair or buy back polluting US diesel vehicles and pay owners up to £7,500 under a £11bn deal to settle lawsuits stemming from its emissions cheating ...

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Second ratings agency downgrades UK's credit-worthiness

A second ratings agency has downgraded the UK's credit-worthiness this evening.

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Ratings agency strips UK of top credit grade after Brexit vote

Standard & Poor's has stripped the UK of its top credit grade in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union.

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If you need more stickers in your life then Twitter has just the thing

Your posts just got a lot more creative.

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The world's cheapest smartphone is ready for launch and has a ridiculously low price tag

Freedom 251 is shipping soon from an Indian tech start-up.

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George Osborne's efforts to calm the markets prove fruitless

Chancellor George Osborne's efforts to calm the markets over Brexit proved fruitless as more than £40 bn was wiped off the value of Britain's biggest companies.

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China hailed as potential winner from Brexit

China could be a potential winner if the UK and European Union rework trade deals and look for investors after Brexit.

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130 new jobs announced by two companies today

100 new jobs are to be created in Ireland's first-ever accountancy apprenticeship programme after demand for the skill increased by 66% last year.

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Siemens has found a way to power electric trucks using 150-year-old technology

Tests for a new eHighway system have already begun in Sweden.

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Warning of 'summer uncertainty' as EasyJet shares tumble

EasyJet shares fell 19% after the firm said it will take a £28 million hit following two months of turbulence and warned that Brexit would have a negative impact ...

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Shares temporarily suspended amid major FTSE losses

Britain's Brexit vote has dealt a hammer blow to heavyweight financial stocks, with some shares being temporarily suspended as the losses stack up.

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UK Chancellor Osborne warns of 'inevitable adjustment' in economy after Brexit vote

An emergency budget in the UK to deal with the fallout from the referendum vote to leave the EU now looks unlikely.

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FBD Hotels and Resorts reports €9.2m profits

FBD Hotels and Resorts, which employs more than 700 people across its portfolio, is reporting a strong performance for 2015.

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Sterling continues post-Brexit slide as markets open in Asia

Sterling has continued to slide against the US dollar as trading reopened after Friday's record crash.

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Brexit vote throws markets, Tories and Labour into meltdown

Britain's decision to vote Leave in the EU referendum plunged the markets into crisis, triggered the resignation of the Prime Minister and sparked a coup against ...

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Project Scorpio: Why you should be excited about Xbox's upcoming 'monster' console

Microsoft’s console powerplay could completely reshape the gaming landscape next year.

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Ireland hopeful of American business following Brexit

It is hoped Ireland will be able to attract more American companies to set up European bases here, as a result of the UK decision.

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Border businesses shocked and fearful after Brexit vote

Business representatives on both sides of the Irish border have expressed fears for the economic future in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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Google reveals top UK questions searched since the EU referendum results, and some may surprise you

While many curious nationals were eager to learn what Brexit meant for the country’s future, others had more simple questions to ask.

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NTMA: Ireland's financing needs largely in place already for next 12 months

The National Treasury Management Agency has said it will monitor the bond markets in the coming days and weeks in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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Swiss Central Bank intervenes in Currency markets amid pressure on Franc

Switzerland's central bank has said it has intervened in currency markets after the Swiss franc came "under upward pressure" after the UK voted to leave the European ...

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Misfit has a new fitness tracker for swimmers

The Speedo Shine 2 tracks your laps of the pool.

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FTSE pulls back as Bank of England acts to calm markets

London's top flight index pulled back from its 7% plunge after the Bank of England pledged to intervene to help shore up the markets.

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Irish share prices slump as markets react to Brexit

The Irish stock market has seen an immediate impact on share prices following the news that Britain has voted to leave the EU.

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British Airways owner issues profit warning as share price dives following Brexit vote

British Airways owner IAG has issued a profit warning following the UK's decision to leave the EU.

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Google Glass is helping autistic children read other people's emotions and facial expressions

The research could help provide convenient, affordable therapy at home.

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Bank of England boss warns of post Brexit vote 'volatility'

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said volatility "can be expected" in the wake of the Brexit vote but said the Bank is prepared to provide £250bn to support ...

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Is Apple going to change its upgrade cycle to mark the iPhone's 10th birthday?

The tech giant is said to be considering changing its schedule to better mark ten years since the iPhone launched.

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Russia wants to develop a teleportation device within the next 20 years

Captain Kirk’s transporter may become reality by 2035.

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eSports accessories were big at E3 this year, but they're not just for the professionals these days

All the demands of pro-gaming mean the rest of us are now benefiting from a whole new range of toys.

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UK vote to Leave EU after 43 years triggers sterling collapse

Latest: The FTSE 100 has fallen more than 7% within minutes as markets opened on Friday following Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

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Sterling stays ahead as traders bet on Remain vote in UK's EU referendum

Sterling remained ahead despite easing back from a fresh 2016 high as traders continued to bet on Britain voting to remain in the EU.

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Volkswagen agrees to pay out €9bn in emissions cheating scandal

Volkswagen has agreed to pay around $10.2bn (€9bn) to settle claims in the US from its emissions cheating scandal, sources say.

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Watch daredevil freerunners carry out Mirror's Edge-style, death-defying jumps across buildings

Just don’t fall off the edge of your seat while watching this!

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Staff at Central Bank Mint threaten all-out strike over pay

Staff at the Central Bank Mint will start a work-to-rule on Monday.

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World War One multiplayer Verdun is coming to consoles in August

The hit PC game is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Instagram is finally adding an in-app translator

Now you’ll know the word for avocado in Latvian.

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Gold miners make breakthrough in Tyrone

Gold miners in the North have revealed that they may be able to extract gold using a more simple and less costly process than originally planned.

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Why your next holiday might be to Facebook's campus and not Disney World

‘Tech tourism’ is the new way to see California.

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You can now 'Like' 360 videos on Facebook while in virtual reality

Gear VR wearers will be able to add their reaction to a video from inside the headset.

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Are LED street lights bad for your health?

The American Medical Association has warned blue light from LEDs can affect sleep and vision.

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Mortgage approval rates continue upward trend

New figures show that mortgage approval rates continued to strengthen last month.

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