The Department for Education has still not fulfilled its pledge to provide 1.3 million laptops and tablets to disadvantaged pupils, figures have suggested.
A supermarket giant is to provide 80 laptops to schools in Aberdeen in a bid to stop children from falling behind on lessons.
Children from middle-class families are spending more time each day learning during this lockdown compared with their poorer peers, a survey suggests.
Aberdeen City Council has issued more than 7,500 laptop computers to pupils so they can take part in online learning.
Nurses at an Aberdeen children's hospital have received a donation of laptops from a cancer charity.
‘A shameful picture’: First Minister says government still to identify which pupils require ‘unused’ laptops
The Scottish Government does not know which children need access to laptops promised to them during the coronavirus school shutdown.
Google has confirmed it is to stop making tablet computers to instead focus on building more of its own laptops.
Apple is recalling a number of its older MacBook Pro laptops because of a fire safety risk linked to batteries.
Laptops made by Huawei have reappeared on the Microsoft online store after they were removed in the wake of a US executive order which cracked down on the Chinese company.
A laptop loaded with some of the world’s most crippling viruses has sold for more than £1 million as a work of art at auction.
Microsoft has long been the leader in software but its attempts at hardware have had a mixed reception over the years.
Smart benches – which can charge phones and laptops – are to be installed in Aberdeen city centre.