Forthcoming novel from San Francisco author, centered on iconic Tales of the City character, could be made into a film
The teenager whose illness is a moving highlight of the director's Christmas documentary is now on the mend
From porn addiction to body dysmorphia, Britons no longer find therapy taboo. But what do their problems tell us about the nation's mental state? Therapists open up to Louise Chunn
Bombarded with belfies? Up to here with status updates? 2013 is the year digital bragging took over the web. We expose the worst offenders
Wild Network is urging parents to encourage children to play with nature and the outdoors rather than technology
From solar lamps to Kindle readers, the transformative power of affordable new technology is the theme of this year's appeal
Peter Preston: Colorado's legalisation of recreational marijuana use has created a new media job opportunity
A new troupe of talking animal-shaped Mailmen can read out messages sent from your phone directly to your children
Anna Smith: Disney's writers are clearly making efforts to produce less compliant female leads – so why are we still lumbered with hourglass figures, tiny feet and huge doe eyes?
Following a three month trial involving 20 hospital trusts, the scheme is to be rolled out nationally next year
Charities are no longer asking if they should be using social media, instead they want to know how to make it work for them. Find out how with this free guide
Former lord chief justice says children's physical presence in court is 'an antediluvian hangover from laughable far off days'
Using everything from atom-thick graphene to the humble beef tendon, designers are competing to make a next-generation condom that 'significantly enhances pleasure'
Claire Perry, David Cameron's adviser on child internet safety, says option from internet firms would reduce bullying online
Internet Watch Foundation to be given access to restricted parts of internet in pilot scheme