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# Electronics

Last year
Debunked: Currys say ‘mystery box’ posts on social media are a scam
All time
This gadget will sound an alarm if your charger overheats
Woman's face is burned after battery-operated headphones catch fire on airplane
Why some TDs will have their iPhones and iPads taken from them next week
Cutting-edge Irish research to help people control objects with their minds
Consumer group warns as woman pays €1600 in Spain for €300 tablet
Do you have a Bosch, Siemens or Neff dishwasher made before 2006? You might want to read this
Column: Ireland is excluded from some of the world's most fascinating scientific research
Eimer McAuley and Mairead Maguire
Harvey Norman and Carphone Warehouse to create 80 new jobs
Twenty new jobs announced at Shannon-based electronics firm
Interpol seize fake goods worth more than €100 million
The sun emitted its biggest flare of 2013 today
Dixons retail sales up 8% in Ireland and UK
Late shoppers may be penalised as stores run low on toys and tablets
More seniors embracing technology - and the mobile phone
Ireland recycles equivalent weight of three Dublin Spires in batteries in 2011
Column: My rollercoaster ride to save the family business
It's back: Peats reopens its doors in Dublin
'Wave of goodwill' sees two Peats electronics stores saved
Peats to seek liquidator - 11 stores closed
Israeli military raid Palestinian TV stations over communications concerns
Yay! 12 things that will be cheaper in 2012
It’s Black Friday – so here’s some crazy videos of people shopping
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Column: 'You don't survive there long' - inside the mobile phone mines
Frank Poulsen
Japan unearths gigantic haul of rare earth minerals
130 jobs announced for Antrim and Carrickfergus
DCC buys French company