Cardiff University researchers will track the spreading of malicious viruses across Twitter during Euro 2016 to crack down on cyber crime.Read the full story ›
Abdul from Cardiff was injured in a car accident three years ago. Today, with the help of a bionic exoskeleton he walked for the first time.Read the full story ›
Enthusiasts hope to eventually develop the Gwendraeth Valley line as a heritage railway attraction for tourists.Read the full story ›
The National Library of Wales has launched a competition to design an accurate replica of its building.Read the full story ›
Arriva Trains Wales says it's extending its mobile ticketing system across the country after a successful trial on the Cardiff and Valleys network.
It says customers can make savings using Mobile Multi-flex ticket - the first mobile ticketing system of its kind in the UK.
Tickets can be bought, through an app, to travel between any two places and can be stored on a smartphone for up to three months after the date of purchase.
...we are always trying to understand the needs of our passengers and with the majority of UK employees (77 per cent) working in organisations that provide some kind of flexible working, we had a strong desire to reward loyal users of our trains who do not travel on our services regularly enough to benefit from the savings provided by a normal season ticket.
More of us are spending more of our lives on the web and for the last year Wales has had a distinct digital presence.Read the full story ›
Game developers Relentless Software are to open a new studio in Wales, creating 70 jobs.
Brighton based Relentless, who is collaborating with Hasbro to develop multiple new projects, decided to base their work in Wales following Welsh Government funding support of £550,000.
We are so pleased by the Welsh Government backing our new studio in Wales. Without their support, we wouldn’t have been able to keep these new products in the UK, which was, of course, our preference. We are grateful, and also very pleased to be able to help grow the games community in Wales, and that the local talented workforce can obtain high quality development jobs here in Wales.
This is a highly strategic project and a significant coup for the digital media sector in Wales. It will be Wales’ second major inward investment games development studio that will create 70 skilled jobs and attract £Ms of investment to Wales from a global entertainment company.
Wales has a growing international reputation as a centre for digital media and I am delighted that a global multinational name like Hasbro is investing in Wales and hope this will lead to further collaboration in the future.
Wales 'can do more' to protect children online according to NSPCC Wales.
The leading children's charity has called for the next Welsh Assembly to take a leading role in tackling abuse and advancing online safety.
They have today published several recommendations:
- A comprehensive Online Safety Action Plan
- The creation of an entirely independent Digital Advisory Group
- Collaboration with social media providers
- Online safety lessons for children
- Ensuring online safety becomes a key part of the National Safeguarding Board for Wales
- Ensuring adequate guidance for public service professionals on sexting and the law
We want better education for children in dealing with the often severe pitfalls of the internet and the creation of a digital advisory group to assist and support the decision makers.
The Social Services and Wellbeing Act brought a welcome focus on tackling abuse and neglect which we hope will deliver real progress – but there’s more to do.
Our country won’t have a comprehensive approach until it prioritises the internet and puts a clear and cross-cutting plan in place to make sure our children are safe and free from harm in the digital world.
On average, one in three internet users in Wales is a child and online abuse is an ever-evolving problem. We can fight it – and I hope every Assembly candidate backs our manifesto to fight for safer childhoods.
BT made a pre-tax profit of £2.6 billion last year. But for some customers in rural Wales, that isn't translating into a successful service.Read the full story ›
A little boy whose hands were amputated when he was just three, has ridden a bike for the first time, thanks to a new bionic hand.Read the full story ›