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New batch of films confirmed for festival, including Michael Winterbottom's The Face of an Angel and Kevin Smith's Tusk
Despite attempts by the National Security Agency to crack the anonymous browser, the US increased state funding through third parties. By Alex Hern
Ryan Fox's swirling, spinning film, made by attaching a GoPro camera to one of his tyres, reminds us how hippies changed our entire definition of beauty, writes Jonathan Jones
Google Trends shows a spike in searches from people simply for 'iPhone slow' the moment Apple releases its latest model. By Samuel Gibbs
The dating site says that like Facebook, 'all websites' experiment on their users and claims to have lied to users to test a theory about compatibility. By Alex Hern
Can the social network convince investors that the future's bright – or is the 'Twitter quitter' becoming a real headache?
Gamer's channel still ahead of Shakira, Pitbull and Katy Perry, while Psy's Snoop Dogg Hangover returns him to top 10. By Stuart Dredge
We want to see your unlikely memorabilia. Do you own something that makes a giant Tunnock's teacake seem like a sensible purchase?
The star of The Social Network, Now You See Me and the forthcoming eco-terrorism thriller Night Moves – plus a certain Batman v Superman movie – was with us to answer your questions about his career. So what did he say?
Hacking group previously linked to hacks on US defence contractors steals detailed missile schematics. By Samuel Gibbs
Television, games and apps shouldn't replace non-digital activities, but how do you strike the right balance? By Stuart Dredge
Promo for Sam Taylor-Johnson's film of EL James's erotic novel has notched up 36.4m views on YouTube so far, writes Ben Child
Sony has released a PlayStation 4 version of last year's critically acclaimed survival adventure. Will this be enough for the game's fans?