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All the news, reviews, comment and buzz from the Croisette on day seven of the Cannes film festival.
How Samantha Cameron might have commented on the Google boss's visit to No 10 Downing Street
Xan Brooks: A family is in crisis with the patriarch dead, but the murky world Claire Denis creates seems to intrigue rather than deliver
Peter Bradshaw: This restoration of a 1972 documentary about racing driver Jackie Stewart is an intriguing insight, but perhaps too in thrall to its subject
Peter Bradshaw: Actor-turned-director Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi has given us probably the worst film of the Cannes competition so far: a smug, twee confection about a family losing their house
Brian Logan: Sam Bain lifts the lid on 'painful' decision to turn down HBO series, Three Men in a Boat stars enter choppy waters – and Britain's smelliest-looking celebrity
Director Steven Soderbergh says Hollywood studios refused to finance Liberace movie, thinking only gay people would watch it
Vodafone, which had been expected to launch a rival to EE by June, is waiting for Apple to release a compatible iPhone 5
A major new campaign calls on the social networking site to put an end to misogyny on its pages – including graphic videos and images that make light of violence against women
Charles Arthur: Born in a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $10m in a month, Pebble's watch is wearable computing made real. Cleverly, the designers make sure it does a few things really well
Yahoo hopes its rebooted photography service is 'not only beautiful, but bigger and better than anything else'. By Stuart Dredge
Keith Stuart: Activision unveils the next-generation debut of its multi-million selling CoD series, complete with high-end graphics effects and ... intelligent canine teammates
Rival to Sony's PlayStation 4 due to be revealed in Washington on Tuesday, with name of latest incarnation still a mystery. By Keith Stuart
Deputy prime minister Eamon Gilmore insists any loopholes in international tax rules exploited by Apple were 'issues that arise from other jurisdictions'