James Hall and Edward Lovelace's documentary about musician Edwyn Collins's recovery from a stroke eschews conventional form to pitch us into the disorientating reality of his life, writes Henry Barnes
Government needs reminding that they work for us, says Pulitzer-winning reporter Barton Gellman, who describes Edward Snowden as ending an era of indifference to surveillance. By Jemima Kiss
Surreal correspondence reveals intense but 'un-synchronized passion' between the literary and cinema icons
Respawn Entertainment is days away from launching its hugely anticipated sci-fi shooter. We talk to programmer Jon Shiring about the technical revolution going on in the background. By Keith Stuart
Organisations such as Provenance are hopeful that companies will eventually allow consumers to buy products based on their personal preferences, not just depending on price point
Charles Arthur: A Wall Street Journal reporter tries to answer the question of whether Apple’s innovation has burnt out after its founder’s death. But if you’ve already decided that it has, shouldn’t you have some evidence too?
Space agency tells SXSW how it’s using crowdsourcing and prizes to protect the planet. By Stuart Dredge
Xinhua reports on government training programme designed to control flow of online information on sites such as Sina Weibo
Swift and easy, nine out of 10 UK current accounts will be eligible by the end of the year, says Payment Council
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