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Address: 144 Coolevin, Ballybrack, Co Dublin Agent: Sherry FitzGerald This well-maintained three-bedroom, end-of-terrace house has gardens (...)

Samsung’s  Galaxy Note Edge smartphone. Photograph: EPA/Joerg Carstensen

A curse upon ye, phablets. The firmly established trend towards the phone-tablet hybrid – larger screen smartphones, as popularised by Samsung and (...)

The newest addition to Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone line-up, the Galaxy Alpha, will be launched in Ireland today. At less than 7mm thick, the phone is (...)

Sony, which once chased the third spot in the smartphone market behind giants Apple and Samsung Electronics has been forced to scale back its ambitions in the rapidly growing mobile market as with other consumer electronics.

Sony cut its earnings outlook for the sixth time on chief executive Kazuo Hirai’s watch as it announced a massive impairment change on its smartphone (...)

The new Apple iPhone 6, left, and iPhone 6 Plus. Photo: Bloomberg

Bigger is better and Apple has finally realised that and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but high on improvements.Reviewers sa(...)

With last week’s announcement of the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple was obviously playing catch-up in the screen size race, against Samsung in particular. 1:51

Tomorrow sees Apple’s annual launch of the new iPhone operating system, and this year’s edition, iOS 8, sees a host of new features and a continuat(...)

 Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new Apple Watch. Photograph: EPA/Monica Davey

It’s not often that new eras in technology have definite dates of birth, but there is every chance when the history of wearable computing is written, (...)

 Sony chief executive Kazuo Hirai presenting new company products at the IFA consumer electronics trade fair  in Berlin. Photograph: Joerg Carstensen/EPA

For all the hype over all-singing, all-dancing household appliances – transparent fridges, crystal-festooned televisions – attention at this year’s IF(...)

Apple is uniquely positioned to deal with all those incumbents who previously stymied the widespread adoption of mobile payments. Photograph: Andy Wong/AP

The age-old process of paying for things has had an appealing simplicity throughout human history, marked by relatively few fundamental changes – the (...)

To deal with concerns that a bigger phone will make typing with one hand difficult, some changes to the design of the iPhones’ user interface will allow people to type or use apps with just one hand.

When Apple wants to make a big splash, it returns to its history. Thirty years ago at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, a roomy auditorium in (...)