Richard Attenborough, who has died aged 90, had three distinct personas for those who followed his career in the entertainment world: the baby-faced, pint-sized actor, at turns, cocky and cowardly, later rotund in mostly creepy character roles; the film director of epics such as Gandhi, and Chaplin; and Lord "Dickie", ubiquitous, ebullient and lachrymose, presiding over a host of charitable organisations.
Autonomy's $11bn (£6.6bn) sale to Hewlett-Packard faces further scrutiny after documents cast doubt over the structure of some transactions conducted by the British software firm before its takeover.
Based on one of the most popular anime series in years, Sword Art Online imagines a world where players trapped in an MMO must fight for their lives, both virtual and literal, to escape. Hollow Fragment aligns with the first half of the series, but drastically changes the story's direction.
The outstanding Cesc Fabregas shone for the Blues in their win over Leicester City.
The Tottenham boss was purring after seeing his side hammer QPR on Sunday.
Should Chelsea renew interest in Radamel Falcao and send Fernando Torres to Monaco?
How does Liverpool's newest signing stack up against the man they nearly bought instead?
Manchester United linked Juan Cuadrado is unclear where his future lies.
Juventus could have Real Madrid to worry about when it comes to the future of Arturo Vidal, thanks to Manchester United's move for Angel di Maria.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has said Mario Balotelli's move to Liverpool will hurt Rickie Lambert.
July’s selection of free games for PS Plus members including Dead Space 3 and the reboot of the arcade classic Strider
Manchester United target William Carvalho came on as a second half substitute in Portugal's 2-2 draw with the USA and can be vital when they take on Ghana.
Theresa May's announcement of plans for greater internet surveillance shows the importance of the Conservatives winning a majority at the next election.