Some weeks, it’s easier than others to sniff out Monday Matters subject matter.
New laws will be introduced to tackle the internet’s “wild west” that will make Britain the “safest place in the world” to be online, the Culture Secretary has said.
His electrics shot and left to gather dust in an Abertay University lab for years, Doctor Who's iconic companion was far from his glory days travelling across time and space in the Tardis.
A public spending watchdog has criticised Perth and Kinross Council for buying nearly £150,000 of iPads, smartphones and other "top end" tablets as part of a campaign to reduce paper waste.
Dundee’s tech hotspots feature in a new interactive guide to promote the growing sector in Scotland.
Even just 10 years ago cycling was a very different beast. As with all areas of life, technology has taken us to unprecedented realms that might seem helpful, but I believe there remains a little part of our soul that yearns for the romance of riding our bikes – a connection that transcends the electronic interference creeping into our everyday rides.
Video Assistant Referee technology will be given another 12 months to improve before being used in the Premier League after clubs voted not to bring it in next season.
Video Assistant Referee technology will not be used in the Premier League next season, the governing body has announced.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has admitted that his personal data was handed over to election consultants Cambridge Analytica, the British firm accused of helping politicians use Facebook data to manipulate users’ voting intentions around the world.
From Tannadice to Dens for £15…’Confusing’ Dundee taxi app asks customers to cough up large sums for short journeys
Taxi drivers have slammed an app which "confuses" customers into paying large sums of money for short journeys.