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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

More developments on Console, foreign investment threatened and Supervalu still on top…

NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news.

IRELAND

_KEO5881 It is the start of the season for Queens potatoes. Pictured here in Wexford is 10-year-old Georgina Pettit Source: Joe Keogh

WORLD

Fourth of July The United States has today been celebrating Independence Day Source: Julio Cortez/PA Wore

#TOP GEAR: Presenter Chris Evans has announced that he will leave Top Gear after one season. 

#UK: Nigel Farage has stepped down as leader of UKIP. 

#FIJI: A Russian couple who were in Fiji are believed to have been murdered and dismembered after body parts washed up on the beach of the Pacific island nation. 

#IRAQ: The country’s president has vowed to punish the attackers who killed close to 170 people in a suicide attack. 

INNOVATION

  • Microsoft is set to step up its Windows 10 push by issuing full-screen reminders to its customers.  
  • Apple has filed a trademark that would allow Night Shift to be used on other products like the Mac and Apple Watch. 

PARTING SHOT

Attacking companies on Twitter is a good way to vent without any fear for the ramifications – right? Not always the case, as one man found out after taking a pop at Tesco Mobile. [Daily Edge]

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