Police in Merseyside and the north-east are working with increasing sophistication to tackle the depredations of organised criminal gangs.
New technology at Tottenham Hotspur’s state-of-the-art stadium means beer can be poured hands-free by bar staff.
Breaking up the likes of Google and Facebook will not boost competition and risks creating a vacuum for other tech giants to step in, the boss of crowdfunding site GoFundMe has warned.
Facial recognition technology to detect pigs’ emotions, especially pain and stress, is the subject of new trials.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has unveiled a new cohort for its TechX Pioneer programme.
The Chancellor is to unveil plans for a £200 million investment in cutting-edge scientific research when he delivers his Spring Statement on Wednesday.
O2 Academy venues across the UK will now accept mobile tickets in a bid to simplify the experience for concertgoers and reduce fraud.
A fibre training school featuring a replica street has been unveiled by Openreach to train the next generation of digital engineers.
A four-legged robot named the Mini Cheetah is now able to do backflips, thanks to researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Virtual fencing technology has the potential to replace conventional or electric fences on Britain’s farmland, according to researchers at SRUC.
Banking giant Lloyds has apologised after customers were locked out of their accounts and were unable to access online services.
Families should ban phones at bedtime and keep them away from the dinner table, according to the first official advice on social media and screen use from the UK’s top doctors.
A helicopter was called in to give Britain’s most northerly community better mobile phone coverage.
Parts of Scotland receive the worst broadband connection in the UK, according to new research.
“Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.”
Spotify has released a feature which allows its users to see a breakdown of the music they have listened to in 2018.
Some 10% of the UK’s 13 to 18-year-olds have spent their pocket money on gambling “skins” – virtual items bought within video games – and a third think it is a major problem, research suggests.
British and Canadian politicians have joined forces in calling on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to explain “failures of process” regarding the spread of propaganda on the social network.
The BBC is reportedly set to cut back its online services in an attempt to make its content easier to find as it looks to fight competition from US streaming services.
People of all ages are expected to flock to events across Aberdeen this weekend as a major technology festival celebrates its silver anniversary.
Sue Ryder’s centre at Dee View Court in Aberdeen already looks after 22 people with a range of severe neurological conditions.
An Aberdeen organisation has backed a bid to bring the latest communications technology to the granite city.
A Caithness hospital is trialling a bluetooth system to track and monitor the whereabouts of its medical beds.
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.
If you’re a fan of both 1990s video games and the television sitcom Friends, this re-working of the popular show’s theme tune might overwhelm you.
Historically a pioneer and entrepreneurial powerhouse, Scotland has a proud tradition of innovation and new technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, advanced manufacturing, precision medicine and the “internet of things” are driving the next generation of tech firms.
Technology: friend or foe? That question is increasingly being asked as the pace of technological development accelerates.
A local charity has highlighted the benefits of technology to Moray residents during a innovative engineering initiative.
The architects chosen to take forwards the multimillion-pound expansion of Aberdeen Science Centre have pledged to create a modern facility fit for the 21st century.
Scottish transport giant FirstGroup will lead the first trial of driverless vehicles on public roads in the UK.
As well as your ticket and tent, a few carefully-selected gadgets can really pay dividends as summer festival season gets into full swing.