The Crawley family and their servants are stepping from the Edwardian era straight into the 21st Century thanks to a Dundee mobile games studio.
Tax credits for the video games industry are set to create and save hundreds of Scottish jobs in a sector that is thriving in Dundee.
Apple has officially announced the launch of a new, bigger tablet computer called the iPad Pro.
Friends Reunited, one of the original social networking sites, is to close.
Twitter marks its tenth anniversary today but uncertainty still hangs over its future.
The number of computer games firms plying their trade in Scotland has rocketed 600% in the last five years fuelled by the industry’s Dundee powerbase.
The man who helped kickstart the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) franchise has said games that rely on violence and sex to sell have no longevity.
The clock is already counting down until Apple launches its new smart watch in the UK.
Google is to invest 150 million euros (£107 million) over the next three years as part of an agreement with European news publishers which aims to support the journalism industry.
Smartphone users most commonly check their device more than 25 times a day, within 15 minutes of waking up and five minutes before going to sleep.