The WebSummit fast approaches. Emily went last year. She tells you whether it's worth the €595 pricetag.
We've summed up everything we're looking forward to about Electric Picnic 2013 into a pithy 28 points. And just like this Friday coming... we've probably forgotten something. Ain't nothin' gonna get you in the festival mood lik...
When some white paint causes a city to lose its shit. Laura Carland on the whitewashing of the 'Teenage Dreams' mural.
In which Jenny gets a weekend in Florida, away from the kids...
The new Diet Coke ad is all abs and swooning women. Deirdre's not impressed.
Jenny has her first Mother's Day in NY, and reflects on the fact that she's about to become a student as well as a mum.
Unsure of when to cheer and when to jeer? Does the fickle nature of pop culture scare you? Prince Charles, James Reilly and Star Trek; we've got the Hot or Not scale sorted on Ramp It Up/Stamp It Down.
We might not be much cop at sport, or wars, or... well, anything much internationally, but once we were good at Eurovision. And we can't quite let it go. Trevor reflects.
2005's PlayStation Portable marked Sony's entry into the handheld market. Niall charts the highs and lows from PS Portable to today's Vita.
Shane gives us five of the biggest talking points from the week that was in Irish rugby.
Asia and Australasia are behind us, and Formula 1 is gearing up for Spain in 2 weeks. Time for a catch-up? Willy Kerr says yes.
Jenny still thinks of Ireland as 'back home', so does that mean she'll never be able to say the word 'fanny' without snorting?