The Batman Faces Toughest Challenge Yet: Glasgow in February

You probably already know there's a new Batman film coming, because there's always a new Batman film coming, it's like spring or Christmas or death. This next one is called The Batman, to make it even harder to differentiate it from all the other previous Batmans, although there's one small difference Scottish hero fans may enjoy looking out for in this one – some Gotham City scenes are being shot in Glasgow this February. Read More >>

Glasgow Prepares for Citywide 20mph Speed Limit

Glasgow is about to enter full slow motion in the war on cars, pollution and road accidents, with councillors expected to approve the introduction of a virtually citywide 20mph speed limit for all vehicles. Read More >>

Glasgow Humoured With Some Sort of Cultural Award Thing

Some people at the European Commission have decided to do a bit of promotion on behalf of Glasgow off their own backs, and have named the city the UK's top cultural and creative centre, like even including London and York. And to be fair, it does have some statues and even a Christmas market nowadays. Read More >>

Glasgow Aims for Net-Zero by 2045

Net-zero is the new ULEZ in urban planning terms, and it's what Glasgow and backer Scottish Power is hoping to achieve by 2045 – a neutral impact on the world via offsetting and replacing all polluting sources with green energies. Read More >>

Glasgow Has Radical Idea of Making Trains Go to the Airport

You southern softies in your plimsolls reading this in your 5G testbeds while a man on a moped brings you a £15 cup of tea in a disposable bamboo flask may not be aware of the transport intricacies involved in getting to Glasgow Airport, but honestly, it's a nightmare. Read More >>

Glasgow’s New Subway Trains Will be the First in the UK to Have Zero Staff Onboard

It's been a while since Transport for London talked about automating trains on the Underground, probably because the mere mention of it is likely to send the unions into a frenzy. Still the prospect of driverless trains isn't dead, and Glasgow's taking things to the next level with subway trains that don't actually require any staff. Read More >>

It’s Official: Glasgow is Stinkier Than London

For years now we've heard that living in London is about as good for your health as huffing burning carrier bags for something to do in the evening, but it's not even the worst place in the UK for your lungs any more. That burning torch has now been handed to Glasgow. Read More >>

Glasgow Experiments With Council-sponsored Heroin Clinics for Addicts

One local council and its NHS health board in Glasgow are about to get final approval to open up a special clinic just for heroin addicts, where the actual drug -- kitemarked as pure by being declared medical grade -- will be offered to addicts to stop them having to squeeze it out of a toothpaste tube into their foot veins in underpasses. Read More >>

This is What Glasgow Wankers Search For on Pornhub

Glasgow’s porn-viewing habits are potentially our favourite porn-viewing habits. The UK’s third-largest city has a fierce sense of pride, which is reflected in the graphic below. And then some. Goodness knows what the average Glaswegian's Christmas list looks like. Read More >>

Pornhub and Gizmodo UK Present a Complete Guide to UK Porn Habits

Pornhub’s done some terrific work regarding porn stats of late, breaking down the browsing habits of wankers all over the world. Being major smut guzzlers ourselves, we at Giz UK wanted a piece of the x-rated action, and have worked alongside the porn giant to bring you the complete guide to UK porn habits. Read More >>

Uber Lands in Glasgow this Afternoon

Despite having been around for ages, Uber will only touch down in Scotland this afternoon. Read More >>

Microsoft Humours Glaswegians With Bespoke Local Cortana Ad

Microsoft's put in quite an effort into limiting damage in part of Glasgow this week, after it was hugely mocked on the internet for a wildly inappropriate bit of advertising. It's created an advert solely for the benefit of one man to right an awkward social wrong. Read More >>

Chippy Accused of Racism Over 25p Ketchup Assault

Apparently, people in Edinburgh favour putting brown sauce on their fish & chips, an odd regional peculiarity that's caused a man from Glasgow to claim a chip shop's 25p fee for tomato ketchup is akin to "racism" -- because it gives away the brown stuff for free. Read More >>

Glasgow Gets Dolby Atmos-Enabled

Good news today for our Scottish friends. The future of cinema sound has finally made its way up to you, as the new Vue Glasgow Fort has had Dolby Atmos installed, joining London's Empire Leicester Square as the first Atmos screens in the country. Trust us, it's worth getting ears on if you can. Read More >>

The UK’s Friendly Neighbourhood Pirate Party Trains Its Guns on Scotland and Manchester

Following Sweden and Germany’s lead, we have our own branch of the Pirate Party attempting to swashbuckle its way into power here in the UK; now it’s drawing a broadside on May’s local elections in both Scotland and Manchester. The Pirate Party UK aims to fight anti-piracy laws (and ACTA); reduce copyright to just 10 years, and allow non-commercial file sharing -- hollywood, the BPI and their lawyers are really going love them. Read More >>