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See photos of the evolving London of the 19th and 20th centuries as the Museum of London releases 16 hybrid images of the city to accompany an iPhone app.
Having made postboxes talk in Bristol last year, the £30,000 award returns with an open call for digital designers to create an interactive playground for the public.
A "benevolent spambot" called Agnes is leading online visitors on tours of the Serpentine Galleries in London, meeting staff and discovering secret parts of the collections.
Pictures from the animated current exhibition at Liverpool's FACT where, among other workplace concepts, you can see a zoetrope of a man's reality in dream-time.
Robots, darkness and maps feature heavily as four artists aim to win a new Tate competition where the public are part of the jury.
Curator's Choice: The Creative Producer at Brighton's Dome tells us about taking a visual arts approach to the five-day, electronic-led festival which is about to begin.
Having been launched with a cave-inspired sound installation in the gothic cathedral, the impressive digital arts festival in Lincoln continues with NASA footage and retro gaming.
Pictures from this year's festival of all things digital and cinematic on Merseyside, where Mark Boulos filled Fact with films and Jesse Darling pondered the art of the selfie.
Ben Miller scoots around Liverpool encountering DeLorean-inspired futuristic vehicles, mashed up BitTorrent videos and disconcertingly powerful Marxist films. It must be Abandon Normal Devices......
The French new media artist tells us about spying, surveillance, Woody Allen films in China and the top 100 clips being downloaded on torrents across the world.
3D printing has the world of technology abuzz with its potential applications. Break the Mould, at the Brighton Digital Festival, gives visitors a chance to get up close and personal with this......
Moving in a specially-built coffin within a darkened Brighton gallery space, French dancer Sandra Devaux's brain activity makes for a mesmeric, beautifully creepy installation.
A digital project allowing the public to swap thoughts and advice with familiar objects around Bristol has resulted in more than 25,000 text messages being exchanged.
Having visited Sydney Opera House earlier this year, the Heritage Orchestra's show with Gorillaz collaborator Matt Watkins is about to tour England.
From faires and films to plankton and pyrotechnics, the Brighton Digital Festival has its grandest line-up to date. Ping pong and street games make our top ten.