New technology makes it possible to read a novel in just 90 minutes. But is that a good thing? Jack McKeown looks at the latest technology promising to make us superhuman.
A Dundee software development company has won a major contract to create a medical testing app for one of the country’s leading universities and praised the invaluable business links offered by the city’s airport.
With the iPhone 6, and possibly the iWatch, to be unveiled later today, Jack McKeown takes a bite out of Apple.
A US-based entrepreneur from Dundee has come up with a social networking website that translates posts into the local language.
The ethos behind bitcoins is simple and rather admirable. Its makers intended a currency that is created, run and controlled by the people not by governments or banks.
A computer game that was partly developed in Dundee has taken the world by storm, selling more than 20 million copies. Jack McKeown examines the phenomenal success of Minecraft.
Dundee video games company Ruffian Games is hoping public support will lead to a team-up with one of Japan’s leading developers and publishers.
The Scottish Government has missed its own deadline to roll out superfast broadband across Scotland. Jack McKeown finds out why.
COMPLAINTS OF crimes involving Facebook and Twitter have increased 780% in four years, resulting in more than 650 people being charged this year, police figures show.
Twitter could become more commonplace in the developing world after the social network announced an app for new Firefox smartphones.