Labour leader makes a speech in which he says the internet company needs to 'do the right thing' on tax. By Charles Arthur
All the news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette on day eight of the Cannes film festival
Andrew Pulver: JC Chandor's drama of survival at sea features an impressive – and largely non-speaking – performance from Robert Redford, but is a little too pared-down for its own good
British journalist's ordeal highlighted in movie about Italian police scandal
Trainee solicitor's Twitter boast and 95mph speedometer shot provoke online outrage
Microsoft has unveiled its new generation of games console – but what else can it do, and when can you buy one? By Jemima Kiss
Refusing further business, Barefoot Books says retail giant has undermined its commitment to 'grassroots values'
Drive director confesses to a fetish for violence, and star Kristin Scott Thomas says film became 'more and more despicable'
Ben Child: Less camp than Terence Stamp but just as menacing, the new Kryptonian villain looks poised for a box-office bloodbath
Labour leader cites Google founders' 2004 promise in which they said they would forgo short-term gains to do good things. By Charles Arthur
Ed Miliband also warns Eric Schmidt at Google conference that it's wrong for multinationals not to pay fair share
London-based startup secures funding from Balderton Capital and sets sights on younger users fleeing Facebook. By Stuart Dredge
Keith Stuart: We speak to European Xbox boss Chris Lewis about the aims and ideas behind Microsoft's next console – including cloud gaming, Kinect and TV content. But will he tell us the price?
Richard Vine: The Kickstarter-funded Veronica Mars movie showed fan engagement at its strongest, but as the canned Zombieland TV pilot proves, viewers can also kill a project