Andrew Sparrow’s rolling coverage of the Lib Dem spring conference in York, including Nick Clegg’s speech and a debate on internet surveillance
With its front and back LED lights, the Sporty Supaheroe Jacket offers extra safety to runners and cyclists
Grumpy Cat, Keyboard Cat and other felines are helping people make careers out of YouTube videos. By Stuart Dredge
John Naughton: It sprang from the brain of one man, Tim Berners-Lee, and is the fastest-growing communication medium of all time. We examine how the web has transformed our lives for good and ill
Manchester City has 11 people analysing players' data, but will a tech-driven statistical approach squeeze out intuition?
Charles Arthur: Isn't it time developers stopped trying to find problems to fit the solution and treating people like lab rats?
Astronaut talks of life on International Space Station, 3D printing in space, stargazing and his weakness for watches
How to use an old computer to stream films and music, why e-readers top tablets for book-lovers, and what's the best way to learn how to be a software developer. Plus understanding one USB port from another
The internet and other sources have changed the news and entertainment landscape, communications minister says
Peter Preston: When Three goes from TVs, the Birtian philosophy of something for everyone will go with it – leaving behind only hard choices
Toby Moses reviews the latest apps
There is a snappy joy to the platforming, but the game itself is hollow, writes Nathan Ditum
This bizarre 3DS game is brilliantly written by comedian Yoshiyuki Hirai, but rudimentary and repetitive in play, writes Chris Dring
If you like filthy, satirical South Park, you'll love this game, writes Toby Moses
Supermarket's vouchers were popular item in illicit sales on 'dark net' site better known for dealing drugs and weapons