Venture capital injection validates decision to turn down Facebook offer of $3bn in November 2013 as company heads towards ad-based model. By Charles Arthur
Balancing size with power, with laser autofocus for quick snaps, LG’s G3 makes large-screened phones usable. By Samuel Gibbs
Composer and lyricist best known for The Boy Friend, a fresh and revolutionary musical that took the West End by storm
As Birdman kicks off 71st programme, festival organisers concede that they lobbied unsuccessfully for premieres of Gone Girl and Inherent Vice, while jury chair Alexandre Desplat state that Venice’s mission lies in discovery
America’s second biggest internet service provider announced national outages Wednesday morning
Five holy scenes featuring the ultimate deus ex machina: God himself. What else belongs on the list?
South Wales Evening Post reports growth of 61.5%% in past six months, with Johnston Press’s digital portfolio growing 18%. By Mark Sweney
A muscular opening from Luc Besson's heroine bodes well for action women, ending the laddish TV quartet's run at top spot, writes Charles Gant
‘Operation Slog’ is the US arm of the company’s codename for its programme aimed at recruiting drivers from services such as Lyft. By Alex Hern
The No campaign’s video, aimed at undecided female voters, has been criticised for being sexist and patronising
Russian culture committee threatens to outlaw movies that show the country and its citizens in a 'primitive and silly way'
News: New device will allow readers to fully immerse themselves in their reading
The star of a film about an executive who set up a reality TV show to mine India for the next generation of baseball stars talks about televised talent shows
Ryan Gilbey: Released just days after the shooting of the unarmed teenager Michael Brown by US police, this film about dunce buddies pretending to be officers for fun feels out of touch
The latest title promises to transform the series by investing the characters with complex emotions. Where will that lead? By Keith Stuart