Apple founder Steve Jobs is going to be honoured at next year’s Grammys.
The man behind the iPod and iPhone died in October, but he’ll be honoured for transforming the way we consume music.
US singer Diana Ross will also receive a Lifetime Achievement award – it’ll be her first ever Grammy.
Food and Wine
Two British cities have made it into the top ten European destinations for food and wine and, no, London is not one of them. York came in fifth and Edinburgh tenth.
The top European destination for food and wine was Florence in Italy, with Paris second and Rome third.
Apple is expected to unveil its new iPhone later.
The technology firm is staying tight-lipped, but invitations have gone out for “a special event” in central London which say “Let’s talk iPhone”.
Industry insiders have predicted the new phone – which is likely to be known as iPhone5 – will have a bigger screen and built-in voice recognition software.