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# Under Threat

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Fate of Olympics will not be decided until May
Games under threat as more than 2,600 deaths, 77,000 infections linked to fast-spreading virus.
Artists say they're losing their studios and spaces as commercial development surges in Dublin
They worry that rising rental prices will force cultural creative spaces to close.
Using a wireless keyboard? It could allow hackers to see what you're typing
A newly-discovered flaw would allow hackers to track any passwords or sensitive info that is typed out.
Now Apple's Facetime and iMessage could be under threat
Another US company claims both services infringe on its patents and wants them shut down.
Money offered on social media for personal information of gardaí
The Garda Representative Association has called on management to address attacks against members online.
There's a text message that can end up wiping your Android device clean
The malware is sent via SMS and gives attackers admin rights to your phone, accessing all your information.
Drug dealers are even targeting users' mothers to tighten their grip of fear
A new survey has brought this intimidation light.
The EU is considering a minimum corporate tax rate, and that's bad news for Ireland
Pressure from Germany and France could see the European Commission reveal an initial plan on the matter next month.
'Lost' Amazon Indians make first contact with outside world
“It is not normal for such a large group of uncontacted Indians to approach in this way,” said one expert.
PSNI warn Gerry Adams of 'credible death threat'
Michael McConville has also told the BBC that Gerry Adams warned him of a ‘backlash’ if he releases the names of those who he believes were involved in his mother’s murder.
'Difficult' to get Irish Open back if it disappears from Euro Tour schedule
The presence of the world number two, Rory McIlroy, and Irish major winners has boosted the tournament’s profile.
City boss Roberto Mancini not afraid to drop Joe Hart
The England number one may not be the world’s best goalkeeper after all.
McHugh: 'Managers have an obligation to play good football'
Pundit believes 2012 is an important year for the GAA.
Al-Jazeera to compete for Sky's Premier League rights - report
The broadcaster is danger of losing their rights to show top flight English football according to the league’s chief executive.