All the news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette on day eight of the Cannes film festival
A minor work from the emerging master of African cinema, Mahamat Saleh-Haroun, this is elevated by a heightened female perspective and some rousing dance scenes
Keith Stuart: We get some one-on-one time with the new Xbox joypad and the revitalised version of the Kinect motion tracking technology
The Sage in Gateshead throws open its doors today to an assortment of technologists, geeks, scientists and entrepreneurs who'll be making their way north east for the annual Thinking Digital conference
Charles Arthur: Plus fast charging for batteries, tax row grows, why solar costs aren't falling, Dropbox v Google Drive v Skydrive, and more
Originally published in the Guardian on 22 May 1993: Two hackers become the first offenders to receive jail sentences under the 1990 Computer Misuse Act
First major revamp of Xbox since 2005 integrates TV, internet and gaming in what Microsoft describes as 'rocket-science stuff'
Tim Cook warns Congress that he would refuse to repatriate $100bn stashed offshore unless US severely reduced its 35% tax rate
Keith Stuart: A speedy look at some of those unglamorous questions gamers may have about Microsoft's new console, from always online requirements to pre-owned games and Gamerscores
Casting directors are among the most powerful figures in showbusiness, able to make or break careers. But what exactly do they do?
Apple has denied findings by congressional investigators that they use 'highly questionable' tax minimization strategy.
All the news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette on day seven of the Cannes film festival.
How Samantha Cameron might have commented on the Google boss's visit to No 10 Downing Street
Xan Brooks: A family is in crisis with the patriarch dead, but the murky world Claire Denis creates seems to intrigue rather than deliver
Peter Bradshaw: This restoration of a 1972 documentary about racing driver Jackie Stewart is an intriguing insight, but perhaps too in thrall to its subject