With a little power conservation and some smart moves, you can greatly improve your notebook's battery life.
What if Ben Dunne hadn't decided to order himself some coke and a hooker that night in Florida in 1992? Chain Reactions, Thursday, 10.15pm, RTE 1:
Joint agents Lisney and Jones Lang LaSalle sold 93 Upper Leeson Street for €2.25 million. DUBLIN 2:
Although not widely known, the chip in your laptop has a lot to do with how much time online your battery will give you.
David and Victoria Beckham's former nanny Abbie Gibson hammered another nail into the coffin of the Beckhams' marriage this week with her assertion that “if there wasn't a commercial interest holding them together, they would be finished".
A 20.5-acre site close to Limerick city with full planning permission for around 21,500 square metres of retail warehousing is to be sold by tender on June 2.
DigiSoft.tv, a Cork company that makes software for interactive television, has won the Irish Italian Business Association's 2005 award.
On a recent holiday, I passed through Shannon Airport and used the airport bar.
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Karen Crawford is joint owner of Smock, Essex Street West, Temple Bar Dublin.
Drynam Hall, Kinsealy: three and four-bed houses from €340,000, 3-5pm, Sherry FitzGerald. NORTH DUBLIN:
For those seeking a comfortable lifestyle, seclusion and space to swing a cat or three, the human-scale Irish country house is a less daunting prospect than its grander cousin, the Irish stately home.
Brian Walker (SBP 24/4/05) takes offence at the GAA's promotion of the Irish language, the sectarian position given to the Catholic Church and the naming of GAA grounds after “patriots, priests and terrorists".
Wondering which printer has the specs you need? Andrew Peters looks at the latest models.