The London market will look for details of how Sainsbury's plans to overhaul Argos when the supermarket posts its annual results next week, while trading at Morrisons, HSBC and an RBS shareholder meeting are also in the spotlight.

The starting salaries at some of the biggest tech firms will have you tidying up your CV

Starting salaries at some tech giants is over £70,000.

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App of the week: Angry Birds Action!

Ahead of the movie coming out, there’s a new Angry Birds game to get engrossed in.

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Gadget of the week: Huawei P9

The Chinese firm’s newest phone is all about the camera.

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Google's self-driving car is close to 'graduating' from its secret lab

The autonomous vehicles are said to be close to becoming a business of their own.

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Windows 10 is stopping users searching via Google in Cortana

From now on only Bing and Microsoft Edge will be accessible through Cortana.

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Tech sector closing in on banking industry wages, research finds

Amazon is handing junior staff hefty pay packets worth more than £90,000, as the tech sector narrows the salary gap on the banking industry, research has found.

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Mobile roaming charges in EU slashed ahead of full ban

We should probably expect even more holiday pics on social media now.

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DCU secures funds for €230m development programme

Dublin City University has announced a new €230m development programme.

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John Bruton: Brexit would diminish UK sovereignty

Britain leaving the EU would actually diminish its sovereignty, ex-Taoiseach John Bruton has said.

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Look out productivity, there's a new Angry Birds game

Angry Birds Action feels a lot like pinball.

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Samsung's 360-degree camera is out on Friday, but only in Korea and Singapore

The company’s first 360-camera isn’t coming to the UK just yet.

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Stolen copies of Uncharted 4 surface in the UK

The game, ironically called A Thief’s End, doesn’t go on sale until May.

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Volkswagen boss apologises to Barack Obama over emissions scandal

Volkswagen chief executive Matthias Mueller has apologised in person to US president Barack Obama for the car-maker's emissions scandal.

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Mark Zuckerberg is aiming to 'cure all diseases' by the end of the century

Zuckerberg looks like he will continue to step up his philanthropic game.

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UK Government spent £70,000 on Snapchat filters to promote anti-drug-driving campaign

The move was part of the Government’s Think! drug-driving campaign.

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Windows 10 upgrade reminder pops up in middle of weather report

Even weather reporters can’t escape being asked about upgrading to Windows 10.

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Fetty Wap to release his own mobile racing game

It’s time to get those thumbs flexing – Fetty Wap: Nitro Nation Stories is coming soon.

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China has unveiled a riot control robot that can zap protesters

The remote controlled robot can identify obstacles and humans.

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Lloyds Banking Group claims 'robust' performance despite falling profits

Lloyds Banking Group has insisted it delivered a "robust" performance in the first three months of the year despite posting falling profits.

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Electric cars main focus for Volkswagen going forward

German car giant Volkswagen is to focus more on electric vehicles and services such as car-sharing as it seeks to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it.

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Shoe company 'The Athlete's Foot' to open four stores in Ireland

A new shoe company has announced it is to create 28 new jobs in Ireland.

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Facebook reports rise in revenue and active users in sunny start to year

CEO Mark Zuckerberg reveals Facebook’s monthly active users have increased to over 1.65 billion compared to the same time last year.

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App developer makes personal plea to Mark Zuckerberg over Instagram naming row

Danny Lucas wants Facebook to come to an agreement with his LitterGram app.

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Nintendo confirms the NX is coming in 2017

The much rumoured console is definitely on the way.

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EU opposes Greece's demand for emergency summit on bailout

The president of the European Council has opposed Greece's demand for an emergency leaders' summit on the country's troubled bailout programme.

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Apple's iPhone decline in numbers

What does the first drop in iPhone sales ever and the first revenue drop in 13 years look like?

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Owner of Jack Daniel's snaps up distillery company in €368m deal

BenRiach Distillery Company, which produces three popular Scotch whiskies, has been sold to the US owner of Jack Daniel's in a £367.95m deal.

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Trips to Ireland up by almost 17%

There were 1,785,300 trips to Ireland between January and March of this year, an increase of 16.6% compared to the same period in 2015.

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A quarter of people would date a robot. Are you one of them?

And more than half of Brits already using contactless bank cards would be happy to be microchipped.

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UK economic growth slows amid manufacturing and construction slump

The UK economy slowed in the first quarter of this year following a slump in the manufacturing and construction industries.

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Barclays profits plunge as investment banking business suffers

Banking giant Barclays saw profits tumble by a quarter in the first three months of the year as it was hit by tough trading in its investment banking arm.

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The future is coming as self-driving Volvo cars to be trialled in London

Adapted versions of the Volvo XC90 will be used for the trials.

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Dyson is now making smart hair dryers

The new Supersonic contains a smart temperature gauge to protect hair from heat damage.

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Department of Finance warns of major uncertainty despite predicted growth in the economy

The Department of Finance has said Ireland faces threats from major uncertainty in the world economy.

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Google and the BBC have partnered with Internet Matters to make the web safer

The two companies will provide support and resources to educational group’s efforts.

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iPhone sales have dropped for the very first time

At no point since its launch in 2007 have iPhone sales slowed, until now.

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Clerys closure report recommends reforms in employment law

Unions have welcomed a report on the treament of staff during the sudden closure of Clerys in Dublin last year.

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Inland Fisheries Ireland to phase out fish-farming

Inland Fisheries Ireland has announced a phasing out of its fish farming operations.

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Mitsubishi admits manipulating fiel-economy data since 1991

An internal investigation at Mitsubishi has found that employees had intentionally falsified fuel economy data for some of its models since 1991, the company has ...

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Scientists behind new fuel believe you could get an extra 21 miles per tank

BP believes its dirt-busting fuels can help motorists get more miles from their forecourt fill-up.

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Ikea announce their UK stores will sell solar panels once again

Their Solar Shops could be in every store in the country “by the end of the summer”.

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BP posts $583m loss as oil prices decline

Embattled oil giant BP posted more hefty losses in the first three months of the year, just two weeks after suffering an investor rebellion over its chief executive's ...

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US stocks slip as energy companies fall along with oil prices

US stocks have slipped during quiet trading on Monday as energy companies dropped with the price of oil.

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Your McDonald's experience could now involve a Samsung tablet

More technology is to be rolled out in McDonald’s restaurants to keep customers entertained.

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Shell has created a concept bubble car it believes is the future of city centre travel

The oil firm has built the concept car from the ground up, focussing on making city driving more efficient.

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