A new high-tech headset that delivers an electrical pulse to the brain has been developed to help people sleep better.
Pupils in Aberdeen are being given the chance the chance to give a life-size robot a voice.
Agricultural technology has the potential to boost UK farm profitability but political uncertainty is delaying investment, claims NFU Mutual.
An innovative charity that assists the elderly and disabled to use the internet and technology, has proved to be hugely beneficial to residents throughout Aberdeenshire and the Highlands.
Robots at Aberdeen University are helping to give students a far more immersive education experience.
A total of £75,000 is up for grabs for digital skills projects across Scotland under a scheme aimed at inspiring young people to understand, create and use technology.
Ambulance technician encourages use of mobile app after it proved invaluable in Western Isles rescue
An ambulance technician has revealed how a new mapping app played a vital role in rescuing an injured walker quickly.
An Aberdeen technology company has won a top prize at a national awards event which recognises the achievements of women in business.
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has become the first hospital in Scotland to use a new breast biopsy machine.
Sky presenter and Hartlepool president Jeff Stelling says he is bored of talking about VAR just four games into the new Premier League season.
An injured walker, who was lost on sand dunes, in the dark in the Western Isles, has been rescued by a unique smartphone app.
Alerts from new driver assist systems can be so annoying that some motorists are turning the features off, according to a new survey.
Greater collaboration and regulation within the technology industry is key to the north-east becoming a hub of global excellence, an industry boss has claimed.
Credit card company Mastercard has showcased technologies such as augmented reality as part of its work on the future of shopping and payments.
A smart camera crop treatment system, designed to enable farmers to reduce standard agrochemical usage by up to 90%, is being developed by Angus-based SoilEssentials.
Scores of children put their coding skills to the test as part of a regional technology competition this week.
BMW Group and Jaguar Land Rover have announced that they will be partnering up to develop the next generation of electric car technology.
A scheme aimed at improving education in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) has been so successful in Moray that it is being adopted nationwide.
A new report sets out that the UK oil and gas industry needs to attract 25,000 workers in the next six years, including thousands in brand new roles.
Social media companies have agreed to help fund a new initiative to tackle self-harm content on their sites, following a summit in London, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.
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.
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.
O2 Academy venues across the UK will now accept mobile tickets in a bid to simplify the experience for concertgoers and reduce fraud.
Virtual fencing technology has the potential to replace conventional or electric fences on Britain’s farmland, according to researchers at SRUC.
“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.