As pubs gear towards opening outdoors on Monday and then indoors later in the month, Brian Stormont discovers technology will be a key driver of sales as licensed premises get back to business.
BMW dealers and their customers will soon have the ability to turn optional extras on and off remotely on used cars.
A classic Bristol Blenheim was the star of the show as it went under the hammer at an online auction recently.
A foundation established by the chairman of Aberdeen football club has donated £100,000 to Robert Gordon University to develop a scholarship for students from underrepresented backgrounds.
The DVLA has revealed that drivers will now be able to change the address details on their vehicle log book completely online.
A north-east woman is reaching out to people in the city and shire struggling with their mental health.
A north-east charity has moved its vital services online to assist users during lockdown.
A Scottish events organiser and a wine merchant tell us why online tastings have proven to be a corker during lockdown.
The annual Aberdeenshire wellbeing festival is set to feature a number of events including online yoga classes.
There could be a “dramatic” change to how GPs see patients in the future, with around half of consultations moving online, a doctors’ leader has said.
The data regulator has set out 15 measures to make children’s privacy online a top priority for tech firms.
Local authorities across the north-east have spent more than £500,000 on technology for protection against computer hackers.
A new website has been launched in a bid to bring more visitors to a north-east seaside town.
New rules that require users of pornography websites to verify their age will be implemented on July 15, but opponents have expressed concern about internet freedoms and privacy.
A short series of animations designed to inform children as young as four about online dangers has been launched by the National Crime Agency (NCA) in response to the growing threat of online grooming.
Social media giant Facebook has backed the Government’s new online safety lessons to help school pupils recognise online dangers.
Technology has changed the way many of us read books, from the introduction of e-readers to audiobooks and interactive apps that carry users visually through a story, the medium has evolved in the digital age.
North-east engineer jailed after police web sting caught him sending explicit pictures to 13-year-old girl
A north-east engineer who sent explicit pictures of himself to who he thought was a 13-year-old girl – only to discover it was police – has been jailed.
Katie Price will appear before MPs to give evidence about online abuse after her petition demanding the Government take action against internet trolls garnered more than 220,000 signatures.
Amazon’s Dash Buttons – the one-press ordering tool for everyday goods – are going virtual on the company’s website and app.
A COMMUNITY council member has hit out at a voting system for North-east elections.