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Role-playing game Dark Souls II has been crowned game of the year at the Golden Joystick awards in London, holding off competition from the likes of Metal Gear Solid V to scoop the top prize, which was voted for by the public.
The UK economy stands to lose more than £9 billion over the next 12 months unless more is done to increase the adoption of smart technology, according to new findings by electronics giant Samsung.
Scotland's first Game Designer in Residence has launch a new app inspired by the work of 19th century designer William Morris.
Cybercrime is racing ahead of law enforcers' ability to control it as the "dark web", or "deep" internet, expands, a former senior civil servant warned.
Jail sentences of up to five years for so-called "revenge porn" offences would send a message to the public that such behaviour is not acceptable and a form of domestic and sexual abuse, Scotland's senior prosecutor has said.
A vintage Apple computer that was one of only 50 made in Steve Jobs' garage in 1976 has sold for 905,000 dollars (£565,000) at auction in New York City.
The Government is giving £3 million to continue funding a police unit tackling digital piracy and counterfeit goods.
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