Sunderland have signed Lamine Kone.
The Leeds boss has firmly stamped his authority at Elland Road.
Apple’s native web browser, Safari, is crashing for users around the world. Many angry iPhone and Mac users have taken to social media to report that typing into the address bar is causing the application to suddenly close.
When Gary Kasparov lost to chess computer Deep Blue in 1997, IBM marked a milestone in the history of artificial intelligence.
Cavaliers star LeBron James said “it sucks” that people think he was behind coach David Blatt’s shock exit – but feels “people get it so misconstrued because I’m a smart basketball player.”
Cam Newton believes that race influences the way he is perceived by sections of the public.
Johanna Konta did not lack for goodwill and support, even from her conqueror Angelique Kerber after losing her first – but possibly not last - grand slam semi-final in two sets here on Thursday – and should leave Melbourne filled with hope rather than despondency.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have called for Scotland’s income tax rates to rise across the board by a penny as the party attempts to kickstart its ailing Holyrood election campaign.
Downing Street has dismissed a claim by Labour’s London mayoral candidate, Sadiq Khan, that the prime minister called Londoners rats.
David Cameron has scrapped a visit to Denmark and Sweden as he tries to inject fresh momentum into his EU negotiations with unscheduled talks with the European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.
Newcastle have signed winger Andros Townsend from Tottenham Hotspur.
Sunderland made an offer to Arsenal for West Ham loanee Carl Jenkinson, according to reports.
Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Eden Hazard linked to Real Madrid again' and 'Bruno Martins Indi linked to Manchester United again' plus more, so delve in below.