Sales continue to fall and streamed playlists dominate. But like vinyl, talk of LP's extinction may be premature
High court challenge is aimed at enforcing court order made against tabloid after it printed pictures of F1 boss at sex party
Broadswords! Hammerheads! Chainsaws! And, er, in-app purchases of £34.99 virtual buckets of chum! By Stuart Dredge
Innovation in packaging and refrigeration can reduce waste – as can changes in behaviour
Mayor and environmentalists call for a reconsideration of fuel taxes given the health problems associated with the lower-taxed fuel
A House of Lords report says no new laws are needed to protect victims of revenge porn, but the 'right to be forgotten' ruling is a powerful remedy. By Lilian Edwards
The free chat app, which has taken the iTunes chart by storm, has the potential to be the pen pal scheme for the internet generation. By Hannah Jane Parkinson
Despite attempts by the National Security Agency to crack the anonymous browser, the US increased state funding through third parties. By Alex Hern
Ex-player and football pundit accuses site of being 'beyond UK law' over failure to co-operate with police over abuse
Ryan Fox's swirling, spinning film, made by attaching a GoPro camera to one of his tyres, reminds us how hippies changed our entire definition of beauty, writes Jonathan Jones
Google Trends shows a spike in searches from people simply for 'iPhone slow' the moment Apple releases its latest model. By Samuel Gibbs
Dating service's co-founder claims it lied to users to test theory about compatibility. By Alex Hern
Can the social network convince investors that the future's bright – or is the 'Twitter quitter' becoming a real headache?
Gamer's channel still ahead of Shakira, Pitbull and Katy Perry, while Psy's Snoop Dogg Hangover returns him to top 10. By Stuart Dredge
We want to see your unlikely memorabilia. Do you own something that makes a giant Tunnock's teacake seem like a sensible purchase?