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It is tough being a modern man, woman, or young person. Twenty first century life moves at a frenetic pace. It is unrecognisable from the pace of life that existed a generation ago. We communicate and consume in completely different ways. In the pre-mobile phone era, we all knew training was on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm and that the game was on after Mass on Sunday. We all knew instinctively that lifts would be available if required, and knew exactly who was going in what cars. A lot of things were pre-planned because they had to be. This included meal time. A striking feature of modern times is that an increasing amount of meal times are classed as meals-on-the-go. The challenge here is to strike a balance between a busy, active lifestyle and getting the necessary nutrition on board that helps to sustain it.

How Are Gaming Habits Evolving In Ireland?

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Saolta IT ’30 years out of date’ – Canney

Eight in 10 consumers plan to switch this year as Irish households feel the pinch

Almost eight in 10 of Irish households (78 per cent) are planning to switch at least one of their household suppliers this year, according to new research from Switcher.ie.

Newly updated Skoda Citigo arrives at Michael Moore

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The newly updated Citigo minicar has been launched in Ireland with what Skoda says are comprehensive upgrades to the exterior design along with a number of interior revisions, starting from €10,995 for the three-door version.

Ó Cuív wants national plan for 'worsening' mobile and broadband services

Broadband services and mobile phone connection in rural Ireland are not improving, but are getting worse, and it is time the Government intervened directly on this, rather than "leaving it totally at the whim of the private sector".

VW to enable car to car communications by 2019

Connectivity between different vehicles, as well as between vehicles and transport infrastructure in the vicinity, is another important step towards connected motoring that aims to reduce road accidents, or minimise their consequences.

Teaching vehicles to park independently of us

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Normally, it is people who have to learn how to park their cars – and it is certainly not the most popular task among drivers. Therefore, technology company Continental has developed a solution, which at least can relieve drivers from recurring parking routines.

Newly updated Skoda Citigo arrives

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The newly updated Citigo minicar has been launched in Ireland with what Skoda says are comprehensive upgrades to the exterior design along with a number of interior revisions, starting from €10,995 for the three-door version.

Refusal to give time line for broadband leaves rural Ireland in limbo - Murphy

Fianna Fáil Deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, says Minister Denis Naughten’s refusal to provide a time line for the National Broadband Plan leaves rural Ireland “to wilt away in limbo”.

 

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