The Twitter co-founder's new company, Jelly, closes its first round of funding with a celebrity-studded group of investors, including tech notables Jack Dorsey, Reid Hoffman, and Evan Williams.
The private equity firm best known for its shares in Facebook is making the rounds to ramp up more money for its investment fund.
The new RIM ad, touting its sponsorship of the U2 Tour, looks very much like an Apple ad. But who might be responsible for that?
So Bono has been listening to his manager and soaking up the ideas that the Internet needs to be locked down before it ruins the video industry. This self-less act of Cassandra-like prophesying involves talking about how great the US is at stopping child porn and the Chinese are at stopping anything they don't like. We point out a few holes in theory there. Also Google is doing everything. Seriously, if you even think fleetingly Google might do something apparently they are.
U2's frontman lashes out at ISPs for not doing more to stem online piracy because--he contends--they profit from illegal file sharing.
Google's CEO was one of the guest of honors at a party to launch the music video site Vevo. The partnership between the recording industry and YouTube could serve as a blueprint for other content creators.
A star-studded Sundance screening of U2 3D felt more like an actual concert, a nod to the new generation 3D technology.
Bono has been listening to his manager and soaking up the ideas that the Internet needs to be locked down before it ruins the video industry.
The world diplomat and U2 frontman is expected to introduce the crimson model on Oprah
U2 front man Bono reportedly caught playing new songs too loudly on his stereo, allowing a passerby to copy and post the music on the Internet.