“I feel the University’s new 2040 vision is an example about how to take things forward and that appealed to me”
On this day 17th of November 1970 the computer mouse was patented by Douglas Englebart.
Orkney Islands Council has agreed to take part in a bid to the UK Government for another round of funding to support testing of 4/5G services in Orkney.
This was the largest peacetime operation of its day.
Understanding Consent in a Digital World
On September 26th in Edinburgh, EqualEngineers will be hosting a careers fair with a difference.
The Old House, as it was known, with one of my cousins standing in the doorway – probably in the 1960’s.
Show me the colour of your passport (or how East Africa moves forward while the UK goes into reverse)
a group of countries previously considered to be among the poorest in the world are coming together into an East African Community (EAC).
Having technology was supposed to make it easier but never did.
the Scottish Government’s £428 million Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband (DSSB) scheme is on track to meet its targets by the end of this year.