"Our music sells other people's hardware, and it's a hard pill to swallow," said will.i.am at Midem on Saturday.
Buying a technology that aims to make computers think like humans, Google makes its biggest EU purchase yet - picking up British computing genius Demis Hassabis
Corporation gives too much away for free, according to GP Bullhound managing partner Hugh Campbell
A decade ago Berlin's mayor Klaus Wowereit tried to attract creative types to the city by declaring "Berlin ist arm, aber sexy" (poor but sexy).
New York's political and business leaders like to trumpet the city's burgeoning tech start-up scene, but leading figures in the sector have warned that growing beyond start-up phase is proving problematic.
It was the hangar which incubated Howard Hughes's aviation dreams, each aircraft model more fanciful than the last, and half a century later it is the launchpad for another striking ambition: a new generation of slicker, better YouTube videos.
It was Cyber Monday deal that wasn't. On Monday morning as people took advantage of the online sales, Google appeared to be doing a little shopping of its own. The search giant had snapped up ICOA, a Wi-Fi firm for $400m, according to a press release and subsequent news stories. Only it hadn't.
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter is opening up to UK projects on 31 October, with creators and startups already able to prepare their projects on the site in advance of the launch date.