A pair of entrepreneurs from Swansea have launched a specialised mobile phone app for pets.Read the full story ›
The money - from a pioneering project - will support the local community centre in Ely, Cardiff.Read the full story ›
A million-pound project to develop ‘smart’ cameras that sense violence on the streets is being developed by Cardiff UniversityRead the full story ›
It's been announced more than a million households and businesses across Wales can now connect to high-speed fibre broadband.
The milestone has been achieved through BT's commercial fibre roll-out and Superfast Cymru, the partnership between the Welsh Government, UK Government the European Union and BT.
The 1m total includes more than 130,000 premises in Cardiff, 90,000 in Swansea and 50,000 in both Newport and Wrexham.
What should you do if you or your child experiences bullying online, and how can you report abuse?Read the full story ›
ChildLine has come up with a unique way of teaching young people how to say no if someone asks for a sexual image or video on the internet.Read the full story ›
Welsh schools are being shown a film about the dangers of sexting to raise awareness about the consequences of sending indecent images.Read the full story ›
Half of children in Wales say they've not spoken to anyone after seeing something online that made them feel uncomfortable.Read the full story ›
Sony is boosting production at its factory near Bridgend to cope with expected demand for a new version of the Raspberry Pi computer.
The Raspberry Pi 2 - announced today - promises greater performance and more memory.
30 new staff will be added to the workforce at the Pencoed site to help produce the Raspberry Pi 2.
The older models will still be produced, according to the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Over 220 buses will be equipped with free 4G Wi-Fi over the coming months says Cardiff Council.
The vehicles of Cardiff Bus and Easy Way Travel, travelling in and around Cardiff and to Newport, will ensure commuters stay connected.
The council says the free service will take place in stages, rolling out across the whole fleet over the next 2 months.
The Leader of the City of Cardiff Council, Councillor Phil Bale, said “The Council is committed to making public transport a more viable and attractive option and this latest development will complement this policy, by making travel by bus a more enjoyable experience.”