Life and Style The Chefjet produces multicoloured confectionery with 3D technology

We might not be ready to 3D print a roast, but the complicated and edible structures produced by 3D printers could be the start of something new

Win a big old 3D TV and a Blu-ray home cinema system worth nearly £1,500

Are you sad to be back at work? Are you still hungover from a week ago? Are your trousers a little more snug than you remember?

Cruise follows Protocol for premiere

Tom Cruise delighted fans who had waited for him in blistering cold last night as he arrived at the London premiere of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

3D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy (18)

Starring: Hiro Hayama

Mediocre movies see Cineworld suffer

The cost of going digital and a run of average 3D blockbusters have dragged Cineworld's profits down this year, but the group is confident that a strong slate in the second half will see it hit full-year targets.

3D Hamlet: A Lost Generation, Spaces on the Mile

The title and the name of the venue create more excitement than is warranted for a 70-minute routine cut-up job in a tiny hotel function room in the city centre.

Hands on: HTC Evo 3D

This morning HTC announced its latest product – a high-spec smartphone with added 3D. David Phelan has quality time with the HTC Evo 3D.

3D porn film is a box-office smash in Hong Kong

A pioneering 3D erotic comedy has taken the Hong Kong box office by storm, beating the first-day record set by Avatar and drawing viewers from the mainland as it considers a global release.

China gets hot under the collar over world's first 3D porn film

It certainly is not Avatar. Sumptuous costumes, golden keys opening doors to reveal orgies in imperial China and plenty of erotic action in lurid 3D – Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, the world's first major three-dimensional pornographic movie, is generating a lot of excitement in China.

The $175m flop so bad it could end the 3D boom

Disney expected 'Mars Needs Moms' to strike it rich in cinema's new gold rush. Then audiences saw it... Geoffrey Mcnab reports

3D 'Yellow Submarine' sunk by spiralling costs

Fans of The Beatles are no longer packing their bags for a return journey beneath the waves to the land of submarines: Disney has announced that it intends to scrap an eagerly awaited 3D remake of the cult 1968 film Yellow Submarine.

Dazzling spectacles: How arthouse film-makers are helping to rid 3D of its gimmicky image

As a host of enticing movies get set for release, James Mottram welcomes cinema's vivid new dawn

James Watt bust to appear in 3D

A sculpture of James Watt, one of the Industrial Revolution's greatest engineers, has been created using 3D technology.

Being modern: Multiplex cinemas

Thank the Lord for the multiplex. Not only do they lay on the biggest sci-fi blockbusters, romcoms and action-adventures, they ply customers with all the comfort food they could need. Mmm, pass the nachos; I haven't pasted enough fake cheese around my greasy gob yet. And at such value! Of course I'd like a bucket of cola and a rubbery hot dog – and change from a tenner? Wow!

Two parts Hydrogen and one Oxygen; James Cameron’s recipe for disaster

The new 3D film to take the silver screen by storm is Sanctum, the cave-diving adventure produced by the man behind 2009’s biggest hit, Avatar. Laura Davis takes a look at what - other than the extra dimension - makes the film stand out.

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Buried treasure: The Letter for the King

The coming-of-age tale about a boy and his mission to save a mythical kingdom has sold a million copies since it was written by an eccentric Dutchwoman in 1962. Yet until last year, no one had read it in English
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The school that means business

Richard Garner heads to Lancashire, where developing the 'dragons' of the future is also helping one community academy to achieve its educational goals
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Lutz Pfannenstiel interview

The goalkeeper who gave up Bayern Munich for the Crazy Gang, Bradford and a whirlwind trawl across continents
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Popular Klopp can reignite Dortmund’s season with visit to Bayern
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Cantlie video proves that Isis expects victory in Kobani

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The killer instinct

Phil Chalmers travels the US warning students how to spot possible future murderers, but can his contentious methods really stop the bloodshed?
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The Fall of the Berlin Wall

Goodbye to all that - the lost world beyond the Iron Curtain