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From TheJournal.ie Here's everything you need to know about business this week The Briefcase

Here's everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about the New Land League, public service sick days and expensive cities.

From TheJournal.ie O2 has now gone for good from Ireland - so what's the deal for all its customers? Three Figures

O2 has now gone for good from Ireland - so what's the deal for all its customers?

Three bought the company last year and is now Ireland’s second-biggest mobile player.

From TheJournal.ie British and American spies hacked company that makes Irish driving licences Every Move You Make

British and American spies hacked company that makes Irish driving licences

Edward Snowden claims the NSA and GCHQ also targeted SIM cards used by companies including Vodafone and O2.

From TheJournal.ie Here's what the new iPhones will cost in Ireland Pre-order

Here's what the new iPhones will cost in Ireland

All the networks are offering them on 24-month contracts.

From TheJournal.ie UPC to enter mobile market next year after striking deal with Three Upwardly Mobile

UPC to enter mobile market next year after striking deal with Three

UPC will become a mobile operator in 2015 after it signed an MVNO agreement with Three Ireland.

Miley Cyrus spat on lots of Irish teenagers and they were DELIGHTED

People were jealous that they DIDN’T get spat on.

Irish smartarse tries to troll O2 live chat, gets shut down

Don’t mess with O2. Just don’t.

From TheJournal.ie Europe isn't happy about Three trying to buy O2 Competition

Europe isn't happy about Three trying to buy O2

Three Ireland wants to acquire O2 for €850 million, but the European Commission has raised questions about competition in the mobile phone market.

From TheJournal.ie Three to launch its 4G service next week Coverage

Three to launch its 4G service next week

The service will be available to users in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick and Waterford and is expected to grow over the next few months.

From TheJournal.ie 23 arrested, one garda injured at Calvin Harris concert in Dublin's O2 Public Order

23 arrested, one garda injured at Calvin Harris concert in Dublin's O2

Five people were arrested over drugs offences, and two O2 staff were injured during public order incidents.

9 Irish Christmas ads that will hit you right in the feelings

I dunno, it seems VEERRRY unorthodox.

From TheJournal.ie What you should consider before buying a smartphone Checklist

What you should consider before buying a smartphone

Because getting the right deal is just as important as the smartphone you pick.

Boyzone's emotional tribute to Stephen Gately... by drinking wine at Dublin gig

They poured themselves a drink on stage and told some stories.

From The42 'Totes amazeballs... I'm not saying that': BOD fights the good fight in new ad BOD

'Totes amazeballs... I'm not saying that': BOD fights the good fight in new ad

“Cray cray,” “awesometacular,” and “smex” are also off the table.

From TheJournal.ie Watch: Meteor to roll out its 4G service today, but just how fast is it? Data Connection

Watch: Meteor to roll out its 4G service today, but just how fast is it?

TheJournal.ie got a quick trial of the technology’s speeds. See how we got on…

7 shopping experiences you'll only have in Ireland

7 shopping experiences you'll only have in Ireland

Ireland is a pretty unique place for small businesses, all things considered.

9 corporate Twitter accounts that aren't afraid of the craic

Two of them have even engaged in a rap battle. On Twitter. A Twattle, if you will.

From TheJournal.ie Aaron McKenna: Thanks to the government, internet censorship is alive and well Opinion

Aaron McKenna: Thanks to the government, internet censorship is alive and well

Ireland has bent over backwards to accommodate the wishes of copyright holders by blocking file-sharing websites – but there isn’t as much effort put into the voluntary blocking of child porn, such as exists in the UK or Norway, writes Aaron McKenna.

From TheJournal.ie Bruton insists 'Pirate Bay' ruling will not mean bans on legal content Irish SOPA

Bruton insists 'Pirate Bay' ruling will not mean bans on legal content

The enterprise minister says the rights of legal internet users are taken into account before any website can be blocked.

The 7 things you never thought you'd need your phone for (but can't live without)

It is a miracle we got anything doing before phones really.

From TheJournal.ie Three buys O2 and will now control 40 per cent of Ireland's mobile market Mobile Phones

Three buys O2 and will now control 40 per cent of Ireland's mobile market

The deal has been announced by the Telefonica, the parent company of O2 Ireland, this morning.

From TheJournal.ie High Court orders six Irish internet providers to block The Pirate Bay Piracy

High Court orders six Irish internet providers to block The Pirate Bay

UPC, Imagine, Digiweb, Vodafone, Three and O2 have been given 30 days to block users’ access to the piracy website.

Who are Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and how are they selling out two nights at the O2?

Lads, they have a song called Irish Celebration.

Beyoncé reacts to Irish tweets about her gigs at the weekend*

*Ok, this is how we’d imagine she’d react.

Beyoncé asks Irish fans to bring old clothes to gig

Now why would that be?

From TheJournal.ie PSNI warn of mobile phone delivery scam Bogus Delivery

PSNI warn of mobile phone delivery scam

The scam involves mobile phones being delivered to an incorrect address by a legitimate company, before a bogus delivery person attempts to collect them.

From The42 Curse of the O2 Irish Rugby advert Jinxed

Curse of the O2 Irish Rugby advert

Every Ireland player featured in the mobile phone company’s advertisement met with adversity in the Six Nations.

5 things we learned from One Direction’s Irish gig

Includes Niall being confused by an Irish flag.

The 9 most annoying people at a gig Freebird This post contains videos

The 9 most annoying people at a gig

Oh you know all the words? Well done!

The Dredge: If you pass by the O2 in Dublin, these girls are camping outside World Of Celebs This post contains videos

The Dredge: If you pass by the O2 in Dublin, these girls are camping outside

Justin Bieber’s in town y’all. That, and all the rest of the celebrity dirt.

Stop everything again! Fleetwood Mac are coming to Dublin Rumours This post contains videos

Stop everything again! Fleetwood Mac are coming to Dublin

Fleetwood Mac are kicking off their European tour in Dublin in September.

From The42 VIDEO: The new O2 Rugby ad -- starring Jonny Sexton -- is spectacular TV Break This post contains videos

VIDEO: The new O2 Rugby ad -- starring Jonny Sexton -- is spectacular

Beckham’s gonna be sooooo jealous when he sees this.

From The42 Cork bide time in search for sponsor GAA

Cork bide time in search for sponsor

The Rebels are still on the lookout for a sponsor after their 15-year association with O2 has drawn to a close.

From The42 'Best crowd EVER' - Ed Sheeran dons Ireland jersey for O2 gig Green Team

'Best crowd EVER' - Ed Sheeran dons Ireland jersey for O2 gig

Has anyone ever seen Ed and Paul McShane in the same place?

From TheJournal.ie How fast are Irish internet service providers? Here's what Netflix says The Internet

How fast are Irish internet service providers? Here's what Netflix says

The online movie and TV series streaming service has published data on Irish ISPs and how they rank according to streaming speeds for Netflix content.

No fighting at the Florence and the Machine gig in Dublin tonight ! Dog Days This post contains videos

No fighting at the Florence and the Machine gig in Dublin tonight !

Or else she’ll stop the show and give out to you…

From TheJournal.ie O2 admits to loss of tape which could have customers’ personal data Data Protection

O2 admits to loss of tape which could have customers’ personal data

The mobile phone company, which has 1.6 million customers in Ireland, says there is a “low risk to customer data privacy” and says the tape is likely to be still in an O2 building.

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