Michael Alexander hears why there’s something for everyone at the new Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt exhibition which opens at the V&A Dundee on April 20.
Love it or loathe it, text speak is now part of life. But how can smartphone users avoid awkward text talk fails? MICHAEL ALEXANDER reports.
Vision of the future: How Robots exhibition at National Museum of Scotland puts the ‘human’ into humanoid
As a major Robots exhibition comes to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, Michael Alexander glimpses the future and discovers that so much of robotics is dependent on an understanding of humanity.
People under 40 are spending more time than ever updating their social media profiles. But should this be a cause for concern? Michael Alexander spoke to Dundonians to find out what they think.
An MSP is calling on mobile phones to be banned in schools – but how practical would that be in this technologically-driven age? Michael Alexander reports.
Ahead of the latest Saturday Evening Lecture, pioneering Dundee University education lecturer Derek Robertson tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER why schools should be doing much more to understand the digital spaces occupied by children and how these can influence learning.
Captain Scott’s ship Discovery is again at the forefront of science, as a project to create a 3D virtual reality tour of her is unveiled, writes Jacqueline Wake Young.
Scotland is becoming a "smartphone society" as people increasingly use the devices to get online, according to a new report.
The Global Game Jam took over Abertay University in a 48-hour festival of computer code.
A mobile game developed in Dundee could have “a massive impact” in the battle against cancer.