Astropolo, Pyramid Solitaire Saga, Ingress, Spruce, Nike Football, Sonic Jump Fever, Take, Capo Touch and more. By Stuart Dredge
The Guardian's Digital Development teams are out of the office and spending two days trying new ideas, starting things, breaking things and generally seeing what could be possible.
Which ones of the dozens of official apps for Google's three Android-powered smartwatches are worth downloading? By Samuel Gibbs
Flavourit, Leo's Fortune, Fish Out of Water, Lost Toys, Climatology, Wayward Souls, Pyramid Solitaire Saga and more. By Stuart Dredge
Tolkien fans will welcome news that the new Hobbit movie sticks to the source material more closely than than the last two. But what would you like to see added in this episode?
It wasn't all about Alan Hansen, Phil Neville and Adrian Chiles in Brazil – Rihanna live tweeted the whole of the tournament to great effect
Walken says casting is 'chance to put on my tap shoes again' in live action show produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron
Apes prequel draws $73m while Transformers slumps, but the buzz around Boyhood, Linklater's 12-year study of a growing boy, grows louder
The games industry is shifting inexorably toward a multiplayer future, but some gamers don't want to be a part of it. By Keith Stuart
Germany’s win drew 280m interactions on social network, more than 2013 Super Bowl, with peak of 618,725 tweets a minute. By Mark Sweney
Call of Duty publisher Activision's CEO Eric Hirshberg about the reality of working on giant, billion-dollar projects. By Simon Parkin
Rupert Murdoch company requests toughening of laws to force internet service providers to act on copyright theft. By Mark Sweney
Microsoft chief sends sales of John Brooks's collected journalism rocketing on secondhand market and prompts ebook reissue
Updated 'Model B+' board shrinks design and adds more ports as it approaches overall sales of 3m. By Samuel Gibbs
Film depicting an oil-stricken Arctic in Lego bricks, taken down for alleged copyright infringment, reappears on video site