Research from Opswat suggests as many as a third of apps on unofficial app stores contain malicious code. By Alex Hern
MtGox is under threat of liquidation after it fell victim to an apparent digital heist in February in which $480m disappeared
Firms could buy 'anonymised' financial details under scheme described by senior Tory MP as 'borderline insane'
Orange stops signing up new customers online in Britain and, along with T-Mobile, closes its UK internet shopfront
Ben Child: The Johnny Depp sci-fi film had an all-star cast, Christopher Nolan's right-hand man as director and the hottest script in Hollywood. So where did it all go wrong?
What next after Google's acquisition of DeepMind Technologies for £400m?
A video of British Muslims bopping to Pharrell Williams' song Happy has already delighted hundreds of thousands of YouTube viewers. Remona Aly writes about why she joined the dance
Jane Mulkerrins: A new documentary shines a light on the Dior designer, and life inside one of the most famous fashion labels in the world
Yoshitaro Nomura's realist 1978 child-abuse drama is as shocking as ever, and makes us rethink the limits of what can be shown on screen, writes Phil Hoad
Revoking all SSL certificates leaked by Heartbleed will cost millions of dollars, according to Cloudflare, which provides services to website hosts
British Pathé has uploaded 3,500 hours of historic footage to YouTube. Stephen Moss dives into the archive and discovers the mind-boggling strangeness of our recent past
Robert Pattinson drives a limo around a city-full of neurotic, self-obsessed Angelenos in Cronenberg's satire on the Hollywood star system
Inspired by art and film as much as games, ustwo’s visual puzzler for iPhone and iPad is finding fans around the world. By Stuart Dredge