Firms could buy 'anonymised' financial details under scheme described by senior Tory MP as 'borderline insane'
Orange stops signing up new customers online in Britain and, along with T-Mobile, closes its UK internet shopfront
British Pathé has uploaded 3,500 hours of historic footage to YouTube. Stephen Moss dives into the archive and discovers the mind-boggling strangeness of our recent past
Why you shouldn't let George R.R. Martin plan your wedding, Leonardo DiCaprio mash-up and watching Gogglebox watchers. By Janette Owen
Missing Malaysia Airways plane stories help boost traffic for most UK national newspaper sites in March. By Jason Deans
As theguardian.com reaches 100 million monthly unique browsers, we take a look back at the history of the website
Messages and photos posted on sites such as Twitter and Facebook provide inside track on motives and activities
Teachers call for research into effects of tablet addiction amid concerns computer habits are hindering progress at school
Global Drug Survey (GDS) finds users moving from dealers to internet, while extent of alcohol use remains 'very worrying'
'Tap tap tap tap to make the mayor flap around a lot! (Like his day job)' suggests iPhone and iPad app. By Stuart Dredge
New treatments are being introduced in a haphazard fashion, says surgeon's body
'We're amused by this rather than frustrated. It's just pretty funny,' says streaming music startup. By Stuart Dredge
TV reporter takes the plunge, rat terrifies New York subway, Eurovision memories, and two different wedding couples. By Janette Owen
£100m Digital Media Initiative was a "complete failure", according to public accounts committee. By John Plunkett
British physicist wins award for breakthrough in magnetic disk drive storage capacity, heralding era of cloud computing