Missed the BBC documentary on late American hacktivist Aaron Swartz last night? Well, it's on iPlayer for the next 29 days. The feature-length Storyville film explores Swartz's life, from his RSS and Creative Commons work to his suicide in 2013 while under indictment for data theft.
“It’s not very easy to have a DIY Windows Phone. On Windows, everything is very similar, it’s hard to differentiate. Android allows for different characters.” Shao Yang, Huawei’s chief marketing officer for devices.
'Top Gear', everyone's favourite prime-time hub of high-performance motors and questionable humour, is nearly back. And to celebrate the Beeb has turned controversy-hoover Jeremy Clarkson into a Lego character. Now, everyone together: "Everything is racist!!!"
The world's most troublesome mediocre comedy, The Interview, is finally coming to the UK cinemas on February 6th, according to a tweet from Empire magazine, making this the biggest public tech u-turn since the Xbox 180.