Scotland is becoming a "smartphone society" as people increasingly use the devices to get online, according to a new report.
People who spend a long time playing video games could be at greater risk of developing mental disorders such as Alzheimer's, new research suggests.
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.
The stigma surrounding depression is explored by a student at the Abertay Digital Graduate Show, which opens on Friday.
A mobile game developed in Dundee could have “a massive impact” in the battle against cancer.
It cost more to make then many Hollywood blockbusters and, in certain circles, it has generated a similar hype.
The north of Scotland is to benefit from the "most complex and challenging" broadband installation project in the UK.
Free wifi will be provided at 25 train stations across the country.
More than two million names of Scots included in the property records for 1905 have been released online for the first time via ScotlandsPeople, the official Government family history website.