The problem the retailer faces is not that teens don’t like logo apparel, but that they’ve fallen out of love with the brand
Company could face €250,000 fine per ride after Taxi Deutschland sues app-makers for violating transport laws
Phil Hoad: The Scalarama film festival celebrates the kind of discerning, disreputable curation lacking from today's venues
Jennifer Lawrence’s lawyers have contacted law enforcement over a ‘flagrant violation of privacy’ as Kirsten Dunst hits out at Apple. By Samuel Gibbs
Xan Brooks: The eccentric Swedish director of Songs from the Second Floor and You, the Living returns with a brilliantly distinctive film that no one else could have made
Plans to extend the reach of traditional bank seems so old-fashioned. Wouldn’t mobile money be quicker and cheaper, asks Esha Chhabra
Graeme Virtue: The director of Nymphomaniac has announced a new TV series, The House that Jack Built, produced by the Danish broadcaster behind The Killing and The Bridge. But what will it be like?
Xan Brooks: Second world war thriller from Shinya Tsukamoto is a bizarre, gruesome account of Japanese soldiers retreating through the jungle in the Philippines
A deluge of smartwatches is expected at the IFA electronics trade show in Berlin this week so three Guardian writers put the best of Google’s Android Wear to the test. By Samuel Gibbs
Our man goes deep (underground) with Crossrail’s cock-a-hoop chairman to see if all the hype surrounding London’s new underground railway is merited
Study group supplied with junk food, fruit and vegetables ate 65% more calories while watching Bay’s frenetic The Island, compared with those who watched a slow-paced talk show
Homepages are a product of journalists who came from print and thought in print terms, says Jon Bernstein
Are automated social media interactions draining the human element out of social media and damaging brand reputation?
Hadley Freeman: Why are there almost no men included on the list of celebrities whose privacy has been violated?