Singer joins growing backlash against filming performances, telling fans she wants to 'have contact with you as an audience'
From e-borders to the NHS, the billions spent tell a cautionary tale – but have lessons been learned for universal credit?
Former CEO of computer giant says he plans to spend time on basketball team, ‘civic contribution, teaching and study’
Watch the trailer for Juno director Jason Reitman's new film, which stars Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson and Ansel Elgort as dissatisfied loners using technology to chase their desires
Research suggests that recall of plot after using an e-reader is poorer than with traditional books
The remaining titles for the 39th Toronto film festival have been unveiled, along with a star-studded guest list
Former BBC film critic says actor's enormous talent 'could sometimes be spread so thinly as to be almost invisible' and speculates on reasons for drink and drug addiction
Gap-year comedy still No 1, in spite of Expendables 3's craggy army, while Simon Pegg's Hector comedy disappoints, leaving the apes in charge this summer, writes Charles Gant
Mean Girls actor’s next performance will be as an autobiographer, with JK Rowling adopted as muse. Hannah Jane Parkinson looks forward to a star turn
Henry Barnes: Jason Reitman's new film looks like a more subtle and internet-savvy take on love and lust than his last film, Labor Day. What do you make of it?
Hundreds of imitators are damaging legitimate brands on the app. Before Instagram asks marketers for their money, it must first fix its brand problem
Human rights group says Ramzan Kadyrov, who often posts to Instagram several times a day, mislaid phone at feast
Celebrities are taking part in the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for the neurodegenerative illness ALS. Here’s a round-up of the best
Patrick Hughes confirms same-sex relationship between characters played by Schwarzenegger and Jet Li in the third film of Sylvester Stallone's action franchise
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