This time of year would be more tolerable if the cost of keeping cosy wasn’t so expensive. Today we look at three gadgets designed to cut your energy bills
We’re all aware of the threats to our home network. OK, so you do get some protection with your router, and your PC probably contains software which helps, but if you want real peace-of-mind, it has to be a bit of kit. Here we look at three firewalls, with very different capabilities
If your New Year resolution was to spend more time with the family, here’s a look at some ingenious devices which everyone can enjoy in 2020, whether it’s watching great telly, big movies or listening to quality music
Forget scarves and socks – give the bloke in your life something he will really appreciate. In the first of our two-parter, we look at toys for big boys
A key part of the redevelopment of the city’s Waterfront could come a step closer next week when councillors are asked to approve a multi-million-pound tender.
We don’t want to panic anyone, but December starts tomorrow. Christmas is just 26 days away. So to help you, we present the second in our two-part look at gadget ideas for women
It’s a terrible stereotype that only blokes like gadgets. Blethers. Everyone loves tech. And just to prove it, here are three pieces of kit that will make great Christmas gifts for the female geek in your life.
In the second of our two-parter, we take a look at another three gadgets which will hopefully keep the little terrors suitably entertained over Christmas and beyond.
Christmas is coming and the geeks are getting fat. Preparing for the big day can be made a lot easier with the help of some vital gadgetry. Here we review three essentials.
The word “cult” usually conjures up thoughts of charismatic crackpots and crazy ideas.
A festive market will showcase 100 local businesses from next month.
The multi-tool has got to be one of the ultimate boy’s toys – a gadget you carry around and basically forget about, but in an emergency can help you get out of numerous tricky and otherwise frustrating situations.
Dozens of volunteers helped to ensure Barry Buddon beach was looking spick and span after a clean-up at the weekend.
The nights, as they say, are drawing in, which isn’t the best news if you like to walk, run, cycle or just get out and about.
Dundee Science Festival has launched its programme, with families at the heart of the plans.
A Dundee band is taking its music to new fans and new countries this summer.
A bakery in Dundee has picked up a top prize in a national competition.
A pair of alpacas helped to encourage pupils at Monifieth High stay healthy.
Last Friday marked Theresa May’s final day in office as prime minister.
Two Dundee-based pilots are flying the flag for females in aviation, after successfully completing their flight training.