Zack Snyder's gorefest slaughters competition at the cinemas, Grand Budapest Hotel makes a grand appearance and Oscars winners get box-office boost
Jude Rogers: Digital-to-analogue conversion makes compressed files sound uncompressed – can this gadget add bounce to Beyoncé?
Games like Angry Birds Epic, yes, but publisher is also building a ‘Cartoon Network for the third screen’. By Stuart Dredge
From maths and early reading to games and digital toys, here are some recommendations for Android-owning children. By Stuart Dredge
Use of tablets among five to 15-year-olds in the UK tripled between 2012 and 2013, but they’re just getting started. By Stuart Dredge
Screenwriter points out he had thanked McQueen at previous awards amid rumours of a rift over director's request for co-credit
Many people assume important news will find them online, but don’t understand the algorithms defining how. By Stuart Dredge
Virgin chief writes on his blog that businesses should follow Apple's example and take a stand against climate scepticism
Consumers would see how much they are spending on gas and electricity 'at the swipe of a phone'
Influential technology conference moves from Berlin to London for its second year. By Alex Hern
Bestselling novel by Donna Tartt to be made into a movie by outfit behind smash hit young-adult series
Legislators aiming to limit sound levels of films and trailers to a maximum of 85 decibels
Handheld digital tools that record vital signs, some using smartphones, are revolutionising healthcare, allowing people to be monitored at home, but also raising concerns, writes Mark Honigsbaum
Major Spider-Man sequel plot twist apparently divulged in TV spot for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Web-Slinging Game
Charles Arthur: Plus how shoppers shop, the coming consumer PC plunge?, 'Satoshi Nakamoto' in wider context, and more