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Just over half of nine-year-olds own a phone, up 10% on ten years ago
After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre
Here's how the ESB Networks 'situation room' is preparing for Storm Brian tonight
ESB map shows when over 1,300 Irish towns, villages and parishes got electricity
How Well Do You Remember These Alive-O Songs From Primary School?
Audi's latest cars will tell drivers when that red traffic light will turn green
Death of mother and daughter in England linked to father's death in France yesterday
Sharing everything about yourself online can be a form of self-bullying
Opinion: The 'smart homes' of the near future – Irish homes will have about 500 connected devices
Tanya Duncan
Live in Waterford? Some of you are going to get extra-fast 4G coverage*
Why this company wants to 'connect the dots' between software and hardware
Opinion: What does the Internet of Things mean for Ireland?
Brian MacCraith
Google testing service which connects patients with doctors over video chat
"I will die upstairs in my bedroom" - The week in quotes
Dublin street harassment of women tackled on Connected - here's the reaction
Nicole from Connected having a handbag crisis is all of us before pay day
8 moments from the first week of Connected that got Twitter talking
Here is the lowdown on the new RTE 2 reality series Connected
This Irish telecoms company has landed a €125 million investment
The smaller, reversible USB that will replace all connectors is ready for production
Sorry, country folk: Still a huge divide between urban and rural internet speeds
WiFi provider Bitbuzz sees over one million logins made in March
Claremorris to become the first fibre town in Ireland
Addicted to Facebook games? You're not the only one
Connected cars expected to arrive on European roads in 2015
Irish people just can't switch off from their gadgets