With live music events cancelled across the country, these north-east musicians have taken to social media to entertain the region.
A “reckless” man has been jailed for wandering around his local hospital to see the impact of Covid-19.
Facebook users are now able to directly request help or volunteer their services to others in their neighbourhood during the coronavirus lockdown.
North-east veterans are being urged to join in an online “virtual hangout”.
Coronavirus: Scottish Government team up with national youth group to create new information service
The Scottish Government has teamed up with a national youth information service to provide young people with reliable coronavirus information.
Media and tech giants have pledged to work together to tackle harmful coronavirus disinformation.
The Digital Secretary has urged social media users to do their bit in tackling coronavirus-related “fake news” and backed a five-step plan to fight misinformation.
Facebook says more than one billion people have been directed to official health guidance on coronavirus by features on the social network’s platforms.
Facebook has become the latest service to lower video bitrates to help prevent internet congestion during the coronavirus lockdown.
Facebook is making its advanced Workplace platform available to governments and emergency services for free in a bid to help those dealing with the coronavirus.
WhatsApp has launched an information hub offering guidance on using the service and reducing the spread of disinformation during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Facebook has confirmed a bug in its spam filter removed posts incorrectly from the social network, including legitimate news articles about coronavirus.
A popular Aberdeen family venue has closed its doors following the latest coronavirus advice.
Facebook and Google are among the technology firms that have joined forces to protect and inform people during the coronavirus outbreak.
Social media platforms have revealed a sharp rise in the creation of groups designed to offer support to those most vulnerable to the outbreak of Covid-19.
Thousands of Britons have joined local Facebook groups offering food and support for elderly and vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
People are being warned to watch out for false guidance about coronavirus online amid attempts by tech giants to tackle misinformation.
Technology giants and social media firms have “failed” in attempts to prevent access to child sex abuse images, allowing for “an explosion in online-facilitated” crimes against children, an inquiry has found.
A tax on tech giants will go ahead despite US threats of retaliatory tariffs against the UK’s car industry.
The UK’s internet service providers have said they are “ready” to handle any extra broadband demand if more people work from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
A Facebook data transfer tool which allows users to move all their photos and videos from Facebook to another platform has launched in the UK.
Facebook has closed its London office after an employee was diagnosed with coronavirus.
A blueprint for keeping children safe on the internet, created by a collection of governments, has been unveiled and endorsed by major technology companies.
A celebrity psychologist and a Facebook leader will help mark International Women’s Day at the University of Aberdeen.
Google has cancelled its annual developer conference in California due to ongoing concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
Facebook has unveiled a new version of its Messenger app that it says is significantly faster and simpler to use.
Social media has a “very important role” in stopping the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus outbreak, the Prime Minister has said.
Twitter is encouraging all staff around the world to work from home where possible as the tech giant looks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Digital giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook are becoming “powerful gatekeepers” of what we watch and hear, according to the boss of Europe’s public service broadcaster alliance.
Facebook has cancelled its annual F8 developer conference because of ongoing concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.