Anyone who thought 3D smartphones were dead and gone, think again, as Rokit has decided to launch two handsets.
Grab your hat and aviators El Presidente, it’s time to head back to the Tropics.
Outward is the true definition of a Marmite game.
Electric scooters could be allowed on public roads if a new review on modernising the UK’s highways network is put into action.
If it's a driving game created by Codemasters, you know it's going to be good.
It's time to burst free from the toxic hell-hole of post-apocalyptic Moscow and into into the equally toxic and radioactive wilds of Russia in the latest in the Metro series.
Sailing down a moonbeam at midnight is never guaranteed.
Making a smartphone that stands out in a crowded market is a tricky business, even for established players like Sony.
A review into a partial pedestrianisation scheme should be brought forward due to “serious safety concerns”, a councillor has claimed.
As far as premium smartphones go, anything below £600 is worth your attention, what with some high-end handsets easily crossing the £1,000 mark these days.
Microsoft has long been the leader in software but its attempts at hardware have had a mixed reception over the years.
Google has its fingers in many pies and the one it keeps cooking up is its Pixel range of smartphones, which have now entered their third iteration.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is like every previous Note device, but that isn’t a bad thing – as it carries on the phone’s useful habit of being very likeable.
With such fine weather, it can take a lot to persuade even the most ardent of theatre fan to spend a warm summer evening indoors – but the wonderfully talented cast and crew of this laugh-a-minute musical left me with no regrets.
Having been open for around six months now, Cognito on the Corner has very much placed itself as a must-visit for those looking to eat out in Aberdeen.
Shepherd's Rest offers a varied menu with plenty of family favourites, served by smiling and helpful staff.
With the rise of artificial intelligence, many are asking questions as to what a future full of robotic assistants will look like, and what does it mean socially, morally and ethically for humans.
This stage adaptation of Kay Mellor’s Fat Friends took to the stage in musical, comedic form at His Majesty’s Theatre.
Anyone who has seen the excellent Rumours of Fleetwood Mac on previous tours would have been forgiven for feeling a degree of trepidation as a new look line-up took to the stage at the Tivoli last night.
Foodies in Aberdeen were treated to a side-splitting lecture on the best ways to shamelessly enjoy food.
Quality food served in laidback and inviting surroundings by cheerful staff. Great spot for a long lunch or evening meet-up with pals.
Aberdeen’s Exhibition Centre was last night transformed into a giant ice arena and sprinkled with magic for the Disney on Ice latest offering Worlds of Enchantment.
Large portions of authentic Thai food. Customer service could be improved.
Bloody 'Ell, is it that time of year already.
Dressed in a trendy black suit with flashes of red and sporting a new blonder hair style, Gary Barlow received a thunderous welcome to the Granite City.
This year’s Aberdeen Student Show started off with a bang…bang.
Great value two-course meal that left us both satisfied and stuffed.
It may be a tale as old as time, but Aberdeen Youth Music Theatre’s take on Disney classic Beauty and The Beast was a joy to behold.
Pricey but plentiful with generous portions of Chinese dishes.