Scottish Government ‘should appoint a digital leader’, says report

Public sector leaders need to "light the way"

January 30, 2017
Scottish Government ‘should appoint a digital leader’, says report

Glasgow hosts interactive exhibition for global homeless

Network is made up of 110 street papers around the

January 27, 2017
Glasgow hosts interactive exhibition for global homeless

Housing festival features tech and new thinking

How will the sector in Scotland change to meet the

January 27, 2017
Housing festival features tech and new thinking

Construction Scotland’s innovation centre is hiring

Digital marketing and events co-ordinator among six new roles

January 27, 2017
Construction Scotland’s innovation centre is hiring

Shopping app Mallzee pivots to provide retailer intelligence

Drawing inspiration from FanDuel and Skyscanner aim is to change

January 26, 2017
Shopping app Mallzee pivots to provide retailer intelligence

New graduate level apprenticeships help bridge digital skills gap

Initiative represents 'a true partnership' with the tech sector in

January 26, 2017
New graduate level apprenticeships help bridge digital skills gap

‘Accessible, affordable, connected…and beautiful’

Technology can play a role in housing and care for

January 26, 2017
‘Accessible, affordable, connected…and beautiful’

Registers of Scotland lands a scoop on Burns Night

Revealed: evidence of the family's ownership of Burns Cottage

January 26, 2017
Registers of Scotland lands a scoop on Burns Night

Equator leaves learning legacy at Dunkirk refugee camp

Classroom fits in a transportable box that charges equipment overnight

January 25, 2017
Equator leaves learning legacy at Dunkirk refugee camp

Dell EMC’s partnership with Entrepreneurial Spark grows

We want to encourage business growth and innovation in Scotland

January 25, 2017
Dell EMC’s partnership with Entrepreneurial Spark grows

Scots women visit Berlin’s world-renowned startup scene

Followed by trip to meet Silicon Valley's tech and

January 24, 2017
Scots women  visit Berlin’s world-renowned startup scene

Game designers ‘studiotel’ pencilled in for Dundee

Its creation would see Tay Cities region 'pioneer a world-first

January 24, 2017
Game designers ‘studiotel’ pencilled in for Dundee

SEP donates to fund supporting ‘world class’ technology

Backing will build on university’s reputation for commercialisation

January 24, 2017
SEP donates to fund supporting ‘world class’ technology

MBN celebrates milestone with another year of strong revenue

Global client base includes financial services companies and consultancies

January 24, 2017
MBN celebrates milestone with another year of strong revenue

DataFest17 attracts global leaders to Edinburgh

Former Bitly chief data scientist and MIT PhD confirmed as

January 23, 2017
DataFest17 attracts global leaders to Edinburgh

Why do we still insist on schoolchildren using pencils and jotters?

'The idea that handwriting must be immaculate is no longer

January 23, 2017
Why do we still insist on schoolchildren using pencils and jotters?

Glasgow School of Art launches new Highlands and Islands Creative Campus

World class research and teaching facility will deliver a range

January 20, 2017
Glasgow School of Art launches new Highlands and Islands Creative Campus

Scottish archive collections to be captured in a single online resource

More than 70 private and public collections will be catalogued

January 20, 2017
Scottish archive collections to be captured in a single online resource

Crowd funded FinTech signed up by Royal Bank of Scotland

Software will be linked with businesses’ agreement to their bank

January 20, 2017
Crowd funded FinTech signed up by Royal Bank of Scotland

How to experience what the Romans actually did for us

Historic Environment Scotland is realising the potential of its Scottish

January 19, 2017
How to experience what the Romans actually did for us

Surely some FinTech brightspark could save Airdrie Savings Bank?

In the last financial crash it was a rarity; a

January 19, 2017
Surely some FinTech brightspark could save Airdrie Savings Bank?

Scottish pupils invited to international women in data science event

First meeting to be jointly hosted by Data Lab and

January 18, 2017
Scottish pupils invited to international women in data science event

Stirling to become Scotland’s fourth ‘gigabit city’

£1.7m contract will deliver a 20km fibre optic network

January 17, 2017
Stirling to become Scotland’s fourth ‘gigabit city’

Edinburgh software firm’s US sales continue to grow

Results positive despite uncertainty around presidential election

January 17, 2017
Edinburgh software firm’s US sales continue to grow

Strathclyde University partners in €30m smart farming project

Research partnership aims to improve productivity and sustainability

January 17, 2017
Strathclyde University partners in €30m smart farming project

Glasgow sets itself on a digital path to 2023

Conference aims to promote the city’s tourism and visitor plan

January 17, 2017
Glasgow sets itself on a digital path to 2023

Abertay dares to relaunch gaming competition after 20 years

Focus on homegrown talent a result of pressure on budgets

January 17, 2017
Abertay dares to relaunch gaming competition after 20 years

Andy Murray invites digital health innovation from young Scots

World No1 will judge winners of the inaugural #TeenTechChallenge

January 16, 2017
Andy Murray invites digital health innovation from young Scots

Highlands and Islands design innovation campus to launch

19th century listed buildings transformed into a world-class research and

January 16, 2017
Highlands and Islands design innovation campus to launch

Call on government to enable digital sharing of health records

National strategy needs to "speed up the pace of change"

January 16, 2017
Call on government to enable digital sharing of health records

Scots poker player beats Carnegie Mellon’s artificial intelligence on day one…just 19 to go

Who wins the 20-day competition could have implications for business,

January 13, 2017
Scots poker player beats Carnegie Mellon’s artificial intelligence on day one…just 19 to go

How can we build a Scottish technology legacy?

Why the answer might lie with whisky

January 13, 2017
How can we build a Scottish technology legacy?

FCA approval paves way for Scottish fintech firm’s new product

UK alternative finance sector provides more than £3.2bn

January 13, 2017
FCA approval paves way for Scottish fintech firm’s new product

Dundee title becomes number one strategy game around the world

Featuring 'stunning artwork and attention to detail in every aspect'

January 13, 2017
Dundee title becomes number one strategy game around the world

New year, new home for construction innovation centre

Facility will allow the industry to develop skills and attract

January 12, 2017
New year, new home for construction innovation centre

Team of young people created to advise others experiencing problems online

Initiative will tackle exposure to sexual content and issues with

January 12, 2017
Team of young people created to advise others experiencing problems online

Combining engineering, design and computer science; VisitScotland event will showcase nation’s expertise

Bringing together experts, influencers and the next generation of innovators

January 11, 2017
Combining engineering, design and computer science; VisitScotland event will showcase nation’s expertise

Scottish Government is consulting on the digital transformation of the planning system

'We have yet to realise the full potential of the

January 11, 2017
Scottish Government is consulting on the digital transformation of the planning system

Don’t forget who gave you a gift and to thank them, says Glasgow app developer

Who Gave Me What functions as a database; each gift

January 11, 2017
Don’t forget who gave you a gift and to thank them, says Glasgow app developer

Edinburgh company wins £14m space agency contract to protect tropical forests

Deal will help establish firm as leading international provider of

January 10, 2017
Edinburgh company wins £14m space agency contract to protect tropical forests

Dragon invests £100k in Strathclyde Uni graduates and then tweets: “I’m out”

BRIEFING: Issues arose during due diligence, he says.

January 9, 2017
Dragon invests £100k in Strathclyde Uni graduates and then tweets: “I’m out”

From sport to shopping; how drones will soon be part of our everyday lives

BRIEFING: They'll be buzzing around ‘Bladerunner-style' as a matter of

January 9, 2017
From sport to shopping; how drones will soon be part of our everyday lives

Google honours Scot who invented the 24 hour clock

BRIEFING: How a mistake altered time, for the better

January 9, 2017
Google honours Scot who invented the 24 hour clock

How Scotland can realise its ambition to become a centre for fintech enterprise

BRIEFING: A big topic for 2017 – open banking

January 6, 2017
How Scotland can realise its ambition to become a centre for fintech enterprise

New images reveal Edinburgh and Glasgow have most green spaces of UK’s largest cities

BRIEFING: Firm used satellite images and its own analytical software

January 6, 2017
New images reveal Edinburgh and Glasgow have most green spaces of UK’s largest cities

Responsible for a fleet of vehicles? Know within minutes who’s to blame for any bumps

BRIEFING: Glasgow University opts for 3G camera system

January 6, 2017
Responsible for a fleet of vehicles? Know within minutes who’s to blame for any bumps

On the vapour trail of Scottish Ballet’s world class dance

BRIEFING: Using interactive technologies to engage audiences

January 6, 2017
On the vapour trail of Scottish Ballet’s world class dance

Loyalty app provider creates 45 jobs in Glasgow

Firm aims to emulate Skyscanner's success

January 5, 2017
Loyalty app provider creates 45 jobs in Glasgow

By degree, a masters in FinTech

Sector could create 15, 000 jobs in Scotland

January 5, 2017
By degree, a masters in FinTech

Video games firms set for growth

Tax relief to create 2, 800 new development jobs by

January 4, 2017
Video games firms set for growth

IoT device tracks data to improve vehicle efficiency

Product developed with help of Scottish innovation centre

January 3, 2017
IoT device tracks data to improve vehicle efficiency

‘A digitally-centric future regardless of Trump’

Event provided people a creative space to share ideas

December 23, 2016
‘A digitally-centric future regardless of Trump’

Data changes everything

March will see the UK’s first week-long data science festival

December 22, 2016
Data changes everything

Glasgow teenagers win app pitch

Six-week start-up school held at RookieOven

December 21, 2016
Glasgow teenagers win app pitch

Adoption through collaboration

Developing BIM in a 3D environment is imperative for the

December 21, 2016
Adoption through collaboration

Scotland’s vibrant tech scene places demand on skills

Best developers can be picky about where they work

December 20, 2016
Scotland’s vibrant tech scene places demand on skills

In the world of digital transformation silver linings abound

Organisations are adopting cloud services but barriers remain

December 20, 2016
In the world of digital transformation silver linings abound

Making a point, 15 billion times

From data, a '3D Rennie Mackintosh world' is emerging

December 19, 2016
Making a point, 15 billion times

Scottish agency creates digital classroom for refugees

Team will travel to ‘La Linière’ camp on the outskirts

December 15, 2016
Scottish agency creates digital classroom for refugees

Developing the skills to keep us innovating

Partnership between government, industry and education is helping

December 15, 2016
Developing the skills to keep us innovating

Meet the new Chief Digital Officer for Scotland’s local councils

But just nine weeks into the job, and he’s already

December 15, 2016
Meet the new Chief Digital Officer for Scotland’s local councils

‘We can’t believe the creativity’

Aberdeen primary school shows how technology can transform learning

December 15, 2016
‘We can’t believe the creativity’

Is Scotland ready to lead a 21st century industrial revolution?

Tory MSP says 'lethargic' policy-making and lack of strategic focus

December 14, 2016
Is Scotland ready to lead a 21st century industrial revolution?

Scottish Cities Alliance launches Smart Cities projects

The projects aim to transform everything from street lighting to

December 13, 2016
Scottish Cities Alliance launches Smart Cities projects

Outplay Entertainment acquires Eight Pixels Square

Outplay Entertainment is the largest independent mobile games developer in

December 12, 2016
Outplay Entertainment acquires Eight Pixels Square

Digital natives among most vulnerable to cyber crime

Pupils around Scotland to attend lecture series

December 12, 2016
Digital natives among most vulnerable to cyber crime

“Father of LiFi” receives top award

"LiFi is like an undiscovered beach full of pebble stones"

December 8, 2016
“Father of LiFi” receives top award

Is this the face of Robert the Bruce?

“This is the most realistic appearance of Robert the Bruce

December 8, 2016
Is this the face of Robert the Bruce?

Scottish Equity Partners’ money proves smart again

Wishes 'talented team continued success with next stage of growth'

December 8, 2016
Scottish Equity Partners’ money proves smart again

FinTech envoys for Scotland appointed

Duo are 'well placed to propel Scotland’s ecosystem in to

December 8, 2016
FinTech envoys for Scotland appointed

Providing access to education in Africa

How lack of an Internet connection can be overcome

December 8, 2016
Providing access to education in Africa

Teaching maths by text

Initiative receives technology in government award

December 8, 2016
Teaching maths by text

Informatics firm Aridhia opens at QEU Hospital

Move places it at the heart of precision medicine in

December 6, 2016
Informatics firm Aridhia opens at QEU Hospital

Welcome to the Surveillance State

The current approach sends the wrong message to our citizens

December 6, 2016
Welcome to the Surveillance State

IT consultancy hires from CodeClan pool

Sopra Steria becomes first specialist in consultancy systems to recruit

December 5, 2016
IT consultancy hires from CodeClan pool

£1 million for new routes into teaching

The plans will bring more than 200 new teachers into

November 30, 2016
£1 million for new routes into teaching

‘Snoopers charter’ bill becomes law

ISPs will be forced to keep records of the websites

November 30, 2016
‘Snoopers charter’ bill becomes law

CodeClan celebrates anniversary with Glasgow course

Course will be in the city's new high-tech acceleration space

November 29, 2016
CodeClan celebrates anniversary with Glasgow course

BT ordered to make Openreach independent

'Disappointment' at failure to meet competition concerns

November 29, 2016
BT ordered to make Openreach independent

Edinburgh named Entrepreneurial City of the Year

The capital was recognised as a key centre for entrepreneurship

November 25, 2016
Edinburgh named Entrepreneurial City of the Year

Why Charles Rennie Mackintosh was ahead of Google

The architect pioneered collaborative spaces

November 24, 2016
Why Charles Rennie Mackintosh was ahead of Google

Chinese firm buys Skyscanner for £1.4bn

Will continue to be run independently with same management team

November 24, 2016
Chinese firm buys Skyscanner for £1.4bn

Autumn statement; some good news for the technologies sector

But Scottish Government urged to commit on skills

November 23, 2016
Autumn statement; some good news for the technologies sector

Teachers encouraged to open their minds to games-based learning at Minecraft Education Edition launch

'Imagination' the only limiting factor for technology aided learning

November 22, 2016
Teachers encouraged to open their minds to games-based learning at Minecraft Education Edition launch

Funding to tackle cyber security challenge

Cyber attacks are considered a ‘tier one’ threat to UK

November 21, 2016
Funding to tackle cyber security challenge

FanDuel and rival DraftKings agree to merge

Aim is to 'limit costs and inch closer to profitability'

November 18, 2016
FanDuel and rival DraftKings agree to merge

Why start-ups need to be tech-savvy

Entrepreneurial Spark’s support to young businesses is proving to be

November 18, 2016
Why start-ups need to be tech-savvy

Edinburgh residents get gigabit broadband

The move is part of Hyperoptic's expansion plan

November 17, 2016
Edinburgh residents get gigabit broadband

Sleepwalking into a cyber-security nightmare

Hackers know vulnerable law firms hold valuable data

November 17, 2016
Sleepwalking into a cyber-security nightmare

MSP blasts Scottish Government’s record on digital skills

Scottish Conservatives' Jamie Greene hits out at 'gradual decline' of

November 16, 2016
MSP blasts Scottish Government’s record on digital skills

Scots law could benefit from eBay’s technology

Divorcing couples might resolve disputes online

November 16, 2016
Scots law could benefit from eBay’s technology

Microsoft studio adopts Edinburgh firm’s software

Speech Graphics generates facial animation from audio

November 16, 2016
Microsoft studio adopts Edinburgh firm’s software

Google to provide free digital training

Google CEO discusses free digital lessons and VR in education

November 15, 2016
Google to provide free digital training

Designing a digital justice system

Court officials have been tasked with ‘clear sky thinking’

November 15, 2016
Designing a digital justice system

The small print that could bring down big prey

Europe’s new data protection regulation has the potential to do

November 14, 2016
The small print that could bring down big prey

‘Alexa, guilty or not guilty?’

With an Amazon Echo expert able to predict legal outcomes,

November 13, 2016
‘Alexa, guilty or not guilty?’

An appeal for more digital leadership

Scotland is unprepared for disruptive technologies

November 11, 2016
An appeal for more digital leadership

New legal software identifies Brexit risks

The software can identify clauses that could pose a risk

November 10, 2016
New legal software identifies Brexit risks

American company appointed to provide ‘digital conferencing’ for Scottish public sector

PGi appointed on two-year Scottish Government framework

November 10, 2016
American company appointed to provide ‘digital conferencing’ for Scottish public sector