Sky introduce their new platform SkyQ, which they say allows 'fluid TV viewing'. Video: Sky UK
University of Limerick graduate Cathal Redmond has been awarded a runner-up prize in the international James Dyson award for his Express Dive invention, a lightweight underwater breathing system. Video: Fusionshooters
Highlights from the controversial three day hi-tech extravaganza. This year's summit is the last to be held in Dublin as the event relocates to Lisbon for 2016
Highlights from day one of the Web Summit. Exhibitors talk about the benefits (and problems) the Summit brings, and what they think of that impending move to Lisbon.
Speaking on RTÉ radio, Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave has said that 'lies' told by the Government serve as 'a useful and practical distraction'. Audio: RTÉ
Ryanair nudges up its annual profit forecast, saying fuller planes would take profits to the upper end of its previously estimated range even as winter competition pressures average ticket prices. Video: Reuters
Track laying that will connect the red and green luas lines has finally commenced. Minister Pascal Donohue assured retailers that it would be paused for the Christmas retail period as well as the 1916 commemorations.
Car manufacturers Ford and Toyota and drinks giant Pepsi take advantage of 'Back to the Future day' with their own advertising spins on the classic film. Video: Reuters
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny responds to criticisms from Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave, saying the relocating the event to Lisbon is a 'commercial decision'. Video: EU Commission
PwC ask financial experts their thoughts on Budget 2016
Director, International tax, Harry Harrison, gives us his view.
PwC tax manager Tara Murray gives us her view.
Brendan Howlin tells Irish Times Political Correspondent Fiach Kelly that the Government took 'the right path' and 'weren't focusing on saving seats'.
What does Budget 2016 mean for you: Cliff Taylor and Arthur Beesley of The Irish Times discuss the economic and political implications of Michael Noonan's fifth budget. Video: Bryan O'Brien
From Universal Social Charge and child benefit to excise duty on alcohol and cigarettes, Consumer Affairs Correspondent Conor Pope tells us what we can expect to see in Budget 2016.
Less construction, greater internal migration and a pickup in the economy are some of the factors leading to a housing crisis characterised by a severe shortage of accommodation combined with rising rentals and house prices. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Ireland is known for its start up culture and entrepreneurship. But when going up against the giants of their industry are the small guys getting all the help they need? Video: Enda O'Dowd
The Apple Watch originally went on sale in April, but it took until September for Irish retailers to get their hands on it. Business reporter Ciara O’Brien finds out if it was worth the wait.
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