Google Ventures is finding it hard to spend its billions, the PS4 is the fastest-selling home console in video game history, China is set to become the biggest movie market. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Japan’s PC industry is considering its future, the Spotifys of this world might not have one, Publicis is turning itself upside down, Cardboard Camera can turn your smartphone into a 360-degree VR camera. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

What to do about Yahoo? Can Goldman Sachs establish its version of bitcoin? What will Max make of Mark’s letter? Will George Lucas build his narrative arts museum in Chicago? Can source code be poetry? Is the Samsung Galaxy A7 any good? Some of the answers are in #techFT, a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Augmented reality has a bigger future than virtual reality, Mark Zuckerberg is staking his fortune on the future, gene editing could be one fruitful avenue for innovation, but if you want to live in the past, try the Old Web Today. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Samsung is putting the emphasis on smartphone innovation with a new leader for its mobile division, former smartphone maker Nokia is launching its $60,000 professional VR camera. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Amazon Prime Air seems closer to fruition, tech billionaires are taking action on climate change and Uber is set to launch its Pool ride-sharing service in London on Friday. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Google has found a clever way to maintain its relevance on mobile, Airbus has a Thunderbird 2 idea for planes in years to come, Opendesk has figured out your smart desk for the future. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Black Friday is looking less successful in stores than online, a new $5 Raspberry Pi sounds a bargain and the Sphero BB-8 is the hottest holiday gift item. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos has landed a first for space travel, Adele has herself a new record of the sales kind, Isis uses Telegram, the cable cowboy is corralling Europe and the Telharmonium was the Spotify of its age. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Video game sales are surprisingly down, prepare to register your drone and then drop that smartphone and pick up a dumbphone. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

The Message is showing the power of podcasts, the force is with Disney’s Jedi-in-chief and, with the Samsung Gear VR, anyone can be in command of their own virtual world. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Windows 1.0 was released 30 years ago today, Square first launched six years ago and its IPO yesterday valued it at more than $4bn. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Square and Match are squaring up to lower valuations as they go public, Molotov has a cocktail of TV surprises in store when it launches next year and we look at whether it’s a case of empty vessels make most sound in the claims of smart water cupmakers. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Google has added to + with fresh apps and a new non-social focus, robots are on the rise, but humans are adding to their artificial intelligence. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Cyber-conflict is set to escalate after the Paris attacks, Uber is not really disruptive, the Word of 2015 is not a word but an emoji and the Asus Chromebit is a cheap computer on a stick. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up hereRead more

Facebook’s founder steps in to head off criticisms of its Paris response, Elsevier is still here, despite Forbes’ forecast, Yahoo’s not in Kansas anymore and we don’t have much time for the Hotblack Stockmarket. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up here  Read more

A week when the future of the PC has been questioned once more, with the introduction of the iPad Pro, ends with a salutary reminder of how the mighty IBM mainframe’s dominance began to erode. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up here  Read more

Apple is looking at person-to-person transfers for its payment service, Lenovo has reported a smaller loss than expected and it’s time for the Huawei Watch review. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up here Read more

The fantasy is ending for unicorns with mythic valuations, Microsoft’s plans for a drastic data move to Europe, Apple’s bad design moves and the first iPad Pro reviews. #techFT is a new daily newsletter on technology, digital media and telecoms from the Financial Times. You can sign up here  Read more

Steve Jobs, the movie, is not proving to be a box-office blockbuster. It disappeared from 2,000 US movie screens over the weekend, according to Cult of Mac.

But there is a lesson modern-day “unicorn” billion-dollar startups can learn from the formative years of Apple depicted in the film, says Michael Moritz, chairman of VC firm Sequoia Capital in an FT Opinion piece.

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