Twitter marks its tenth anniversary today but uncertainty still hangs over its future.
V&A at Dundee’s game designer in residence has launch a new app inspired by the work of 19th century designer William Morris.
Delegates are in Dundee today for Scotland’s largest cyber-security conference, hosted by Abertay University. Jennifer McLaren learns more about ‘ethical’ hacking’.
Apple has unveiled the new iPhone 7, having made the phone water resistant for the first time and removed the headphone jack.
The European Court of Justice has said that Google and other search engines are not responsible when personal information appears on web pages they index, a defeat for the so-called "right to be forgotten" privacy principle under debate in Europe.
‘She just loves him’ Parents explain why kids went wild at news YouTube star Stampy Cat is coming to Dundee
His videos are bigger than Justin Bieber’s, Rihanna’s or One Direction’s. Ahead of Minecraft guru Stampy Cat’s visit to Dundee, Jack McKeown looks at the phenomenon of online gaming channels.
A game created by a medical art student at Dundee University aimed at educating young people about meningitis and septicaemia has been approved by Apple.
One of the first Apple computers ever built goes on the Christie's auction block in New York next week - and it could sell for half a million dollars (£322,000), or more.
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.
Facebook could be spreading unhappiness through society as well as keeping people connected, research has shown.