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# Tech

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Elon Musk's advice to Enda Kenny on fostering Ireland's digital economy
AOL chief issues battle cry at Web Summit
Create-your-own-video-ad company wins start-up award
This is what the Nasdaq bell ringing in Dublin looks like
Tech leaders gather for start of Dublin Web Summit
The best astronomy apps for amateur stargazers
Where are the kings of 1990s dot-com bubble now?
The 10 simplest brands in the world...
8 things you always wish would hurry up
Apple sends event invites amid rumours of iPad update
From 1900 to 2013: The evolution of outer space on the big screen
Column: Why are so few computer science graduates getting jobs?
Paddy Cosgrave
This woman says she’s voice of Siri – and a voice expert agrees
Intel chooses Ireland to design new micro chip
75 new jobs announced in Irish tech firm
Call for tech companies to enter €25,000 competition
Why do people wait in line forever just to buy an iPhone?
Struggling BlackBerry sold for $4.7 billion
Nintendo launches 3DS successor...minus the 3D
Column: Irish regulators will soon be at the forefront of questions about data protection
Dan Hayden
Surge in number of women seeking start-up funding
New iPhone could be gold, scratch resistant and have a fingerprint scanner
13-year-old Waterford programmer in NY Apple Store keynote speech
6 ways social media can improve your road trip
Open thread: What's on your Christmas tech wishlist?
Eircom pulls the plug on MusicHub
Remember Geocities? Now you can recreate it
How some tech companies use numbers to make eye-popping claims
Weird Wide Web: Tofu-loving robots, Quantified Selves, and an antisocial network
Weird Wide Web: Pizza, glass tweets, and a text pest
Microsoft to update Windows 8 in bid to address complaints and confusion
Weird Wide Web: Atoms, bad dancing and a very odd shower scene
Siri and Google Now on the meaning of life
The 13-year-old who will make you feel like an underachiever
Creation of 100 new tech jobs announced
Tech firms should be trying to please women - Microsoft researcher
Check out the desks of 13 successful tech people
The Irish start-up that went on a 3,000km road trip to success*
Apple apologises to Chinese consumers after 'double standards' criticism
9 ways Samsung's Galaxy S4 is better than the iPhone 5