TECHNOLOGY

The Amazon Fire HD which was launched in New York.

Amazon unveils six new devices to Kindle range

In one swoop, Amazon announced the imminent arrival of six new devices to its hardware range, updating and expanding on its existing tablets and e-readers.

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'Songs of Innocence': Not everybody wants it.

Apple offers advice on how to get rid of new U2 album

Apple has introduced a one-button tool to remove the U2 album it gifted to customers following a backlash from iTunes account holders.

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59% of mobile phone user have a smart phone

Smartphones are top of the preference list for mobile phone users, with more than half of mobile phone subscriptions for the high tech phone.

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Bláthnaid Treacy, Stephen Byrne, and Diana Bunici at the RTÉ2 new season launch. Picture: Andres Poveda

RTÉ2 schedule targets ‘download generation’

RTÉ2 yesterday unveiled its new-look and autumn schedule in an attempt to lure the lucrative 18-35 market back to its screens. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Energetic new U2 album a ‘very personal’ experience

Everything about U2’s new album is unexpected. Like its very existence, for one, after the rock giants dropped it on iTunes users on Tuesday night in a surprise move. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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iPhone 6 Plus: A phone that’s a bit too big... for a phone

The new iPhone 6 Plus is a phone that might not make a lot of sense to some people — after all, it’s basically the iPhone 6 with a larger screen and a better battery, but at the expense of pocketability. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Watch set to be another Apple winner

As computerised wristwatches go, the Apple Watch looks impressive. I like that it will come in two sizes, so the watch won’t feel giant on smaller hands, as some competing watches do. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Destiny makes launch day video game history

Destiny hit stores earmarked as the beginning of one of the biggest franchises video gaming is likely to see over the next few years.

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Microsoft is on the verge of buying the company which makes Minecraft

Iconic online sandbox game Minecraft is on the verge of being bought by Microsoft.

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Miss the Apple Event? Here's a byte-size version of the keynote

As with any good Apple event, things opened with a new commercial. This one paid tribute to Apple’s philosophy and former tag line of “Think Different”.

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What's this internet slowdown all about?

Is my internet actually slower today?

If it is, it’s just a placebo. Your internet is not any slower than usual today, despite the fact you may be seeing the “spinning wheel of death” on a few websites.

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The night Tim Cook was so pleased with himself he almost broke the internet

When he walked on-stage in a huge room full of his friends.

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Your comprehensive round-up of all things Apple

The new iPhone 6. It’s Bigger than Bigger (?!)

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Bigger iPhones and Pay but watch will come in time

The invite said ‘Wish we could say more’ but in typical Apple fashion, less is more when it comes the secrecy that surrounds any launch event.

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500m people get album after hitting send

U2 released their first album in five years free last night on Apple’s iTunes, as the tech giant unveiled its latest smartphones.

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The Apple Watch: Time to take smartwatches seriously?

It’s been two years of rumour, speculation and concept designs on social media in the making, but Apple’s smartwatch is finally here.

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What's the industry reaction to the new Apple range?

There’s those who love Apple. And there’s those who hate Apple. Whatever your stance, you’re bound to have an opinion.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: What you need to know

You should care about the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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The purple scarf guy is threatening to outshine Apple's new products

Apple announced the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus today, as well as Apple Pay and Apple Watch. But that’s not the news really, is it? The news is this man.

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Apple shakes up its product range at Apple Live

The rumours are true, Apple has a smartwatch.

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How people reacted throughout #AppleLive

So people weren’t too happy to begin with, due to a number of technical difficulties.

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Apps are the way forward if you want to stick to your diet

Smartphones could be crucial in helping dieters keep faithful to their diets, American scientists have said.

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(Most) people are getting a little excited ahead of #AppleLive

The countdown to Apple’s event is almost over, and tweeters are unable to contain their excitement. Well, most of them.

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Tim Cook tweets and the online Apple Store goes down: The iPhone 6 build-up begins

There is a moment on the day of every Apple event that pushes the die-hard fans over the edge in terms of excitement. That moment has just arrived.

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Destiny: Our first impressions

With much fanfare and anticipation, the biggest video game to land on next generation consoles has arrived – Destiny.

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Welcome to the Destiny universe

We know it’s the most expensive game ever. We know it’s offering us a “shared world” where all players compete in one universe. And we know it’s big – even if no-one knows quite how big.

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The day that could make or break Apple

When Apple’s CEO Tim Cook takes to the stage in Cupertino – at the Flint Centre, a venue steeped in Apple history – the expectant crowd are likely to be more feverish than usual.

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Can the iPhone 6 beat its smartphone competitors?

With the iPhone 6 just hours away from being unleashed on an unsuspecting public, we take a look at the pros and cons to Apple’s main competitors in the smartphone marketplace.

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APPLE AIMS TO  BITE BACK (and 12 things you didn’t know about Apple)

All the signs indicate that Apple intends to regain the attention of consumers who have drifted to Android with today’s launch of the iPhone 6 and possibly the long-rumoured iWatch, writes Chris Morris This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Helping the elderly to stay in touch

Irish software for android tablets, which offers medication reminders as well as helping older people to stay in contact with family and care givers, is going down well in Australia, writes Trish Dromey

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