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Sunday 4 June 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Update

All time
# Update
Rosberg capitalises as Hamilton is hampered by more engine failure
The defending champion will start in 10th place on the grid for tomorrow’s Russian Grand Prix.
# Update
Liverpool striker Origi will be back in time to face Ireland at Euros -- reports
The Belgium international was sidelined recently following a poor challenge by Everton’s Ramiro Funes Mori.
# sweet talk
This iPhone bug lets you talk Siri into giving you its contacts and photos
The bug only works for those who have an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus and downloaded the latest version of iOS.
# quick fix
iPhone freezing up after tapping on links? The latest update will fix it
The bug was found in the latest update to iOS, version 9.3, and caused iPhones to freeze after clicking on app links.
# Apple
Is your iPhone acting weird after the latest update?
Some users are complaining about the screen freezing and other issues associated with the iOS 9.3 update.
# Update
No coaching role for O'Connell at Grenoble, insists Jackman
The Grenoble head coach says O’Connell’s stay in the Alpine city is “not anything long-term or formal”.
# Safety First
Make sure you don't ignore those download requests on your iPhone tonight
It’s not just for the new features but for some important security updates too
# tight deadline
Got a Kindle? Amazon is telling you to install this 'critical' update asap
Users are recommended to install a ‘critical software update’ otherwise certain devices won’t be able to connect online.
# too close for comfort
Leinster hold firm at the death to stay on the heels of Connacht
Leo Cullen’s men survived a nervy finish to record their third straight win.
# Update
O'Brien ruled out of England clash but Sexton 'feeling a lot better'
There are doubts over Mike McCarthy, Dave Kearney and Jared Payne for Twickenham on 27 February.
# Update
Check your bank accounts! FAI advise fans who applied for Euro 2016 tickets
The association has issued a statement confirming that Uefa will be taking payment for tickets from tomorrow morning.
# not a great drying day
Weather warnings in place across the country as Storm Desmond rages on
Here is what you need to know as the bad weather enters day two.
# Blocked
WhatsApp has been accused of blocking links to this rival app
Some users have seen links to Telegram blocked on the Android version of WhatsApp.
# tech review
So there are two new Chromecast devices, but what's different this time?
Google has given its cheap streaming device a fresh look and created an audio version, but is there more to it than that?
# jogging johnny
Ireland 'quietly confident' as Sexton gets up and running
However, Keith Earls sat out today’s session and will have to prove his fitness on Friday.
# Hamstrung
Henshaw on track to feature in Ireland's World Cup clash with Romania
The 22-year-old is expected back in training with Joe Schmidt’s squad this week.
# Update
Positive news from Everton ahead of Martin O'Neill's squad announcement
Roberto Martinez says Seamus Coleman could play this Saturday.
# Update
These are the things you can do with iOS 9
And there’s quite a number of things to boot.
# Update
NFL star's missing fingers mystery may finally be solved
Worst. Scooby Doo. Ever.
# thousands of cuts
'No comment' from Hewlett-Packard's Irish HQ as company cuts jobs worldwide
The plan is to help the company save $2.7billion – but it’s unclear how Ireland will be affected.
# Update
Chelsea set to hijack Man United's Pedro bid - reports
The latest reports suggest the player is in London ahead of a medical.
# moving day
64-foot eagle putt launches McIlroy's charge up the leaderboard at PGA Championship
An Aussie still leads though… and it’s not Jason Day
# First Cuts
Fitzgerald and Moore back in contention as Ireland release two players
Cian Healy is ‘progressing well’ but still not involved in contact training.
# Update
Ropes to the runaway giant Minion 'appeared to have been cut'
Meanwhile, footage of the runaway inflatable terror has finally emerged.
# Fast track
Don't want to wait for Windows 10 to arrive? Here's how to speed up the process
If you’re getting impatient, you can get it sooner rather than later.
# Final Preparations
Windows 10 is out today, so what do you need to know?
The response to it has been pretty positive so far.
# parents
Here is what the government outline of childcare could mean for you
Recommendations include extending the Early Child Care Education scheme and capping childcare fees.
# Update
Prisoner who posted to Facebook while on the run is back in custody
Jason Frayne has been on the run since escaping from Ennis District Court on Wednesday.
# amateur hour
With one round left, Ireland's Paul Dunne is joint-leader of the Open at St Andrews
What an incredible day of golf it’s been.
# The Open
Dustin Johnson grabs the lead at the Open as Spieth tucks in behind pace-setters
It was another forgettable day for Tiger Woods meanwhile.
# slow and steady
Reserved a copy of Windows 10? You might not get it on the release date
Microsoft is releasing the update in phases, starting off with those involved with its Windows Insider programme.
# Mad Cow Disease
'How does a five-year-old cow have BSE?' - Simon Coveney
The agriculture minister has confirmed that Ireland’s international beef status will most likely be downgraded after the discovery of a cow with BSE on a farm in Louth.
# Injury Update
Munster back Duncan Williams as Murray looks doubtful for final
Simon Zebo’s return-to-play protocols are going well, while Peter O’Mahony is ‘looking fine’.
# Update
Missing Finglas man found safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their help.
# Patch
Lenovo computers have another 'massive security risk'
A patch for the issue has already been released, but users need to update manually.
# Update
Cork captain on the way back, O'Connor a doubt and U21 midfielder still marked absent
The Rebels play Dublin in Sunday week’s Allianz Football League Division 1 final.
# Body blow
A sensational second half Dragons comeback could have ended Leinster's Pro12 playoff hopes
Leinster let a 14-point second half lead slip in Newport.
# Rout
Munster did Connacht a massive favour in the Pro12 tonight
Munster’s big win in Edinburgh keeps Connacht in sixth in the Pro12 table.
# bad day
A dominant Scarlets second half continued the miserable Irish weekend in Wales
Despite leading at half time, Leinster were beaten by the Scarlets.
# Try time
Ben Te'o picked a perfect line to score his first Leinster try
The centre put Leinster in front away to the Scarlets but it wasn’t enough in the end.