Our security is better served by protecting us against online threats than it is by giving cops and spies an easier time attacking ‘bad guys’. By Cory Doctorow
News site calls on US judge to block director's attempts to sue them for linking to a leaked copy of unproduced screenplay
Togas-to-go and abs to die for atop the UK box office, while Grand Budapest Hotel books in a surprise third, writes Charles Gant
Update to iPhone and iPad software brings tweaks and improvements. By Charles Arthur and Samuel Gibbs
Study finds women remain dramatically under-represented in 2013 despite a supposed ‘banner year’ for female actors
You are going to die, of course, but the thrill of doing better will keep you sacrificing everything, writes Matt Kamen
Mother’s lawsuit against Google for child’s purchases of virtual currency follows suits and fines against Apple for similar ‘freemium’ in-app charges. By Samuel Gibbs
Novelist inundated with similarly 'raw' self-portraits after posting unflattering self-portrait in response to derision of film star's appearance
High School Musical star says reunion movie is a possibility: 'we're all thinking about it'
Simon Parkin: An uncompromising sequel that may well offer a greater sense of discovery, victory and, at times, frustration than any video game yet made
Lenny Abrahamson's take on the story of papier-mache headed comedy oddbody Frank Sidebottom captures the awkward inconstancy of true talent, finds Henry Barnes
The Guardian Tech Desk offers an expert guide to some of the best mobile city apps on the market. Download and enjoy ...
Revamped service features new responsive design and on-demand-only content including short comedies and documentaries. By Jason Deans and Tara Conlan
Forget the idea that hackers are teenage thrill seekers. Many are working in tandem with highly organised gangs that threaten your business
Snowden tells a packed audience that SXSW’s technologists are the people who can really fix the deficiencies in the internet to protect standards. By Cory Doctorow