Watford youth player Ogo Obi has been handed the opportunity of a lifetime after being offered a trial at Manchester United.
Sony has a cunning master plan to bolster sales of its PlayStation 4 console.
Superman is the most likely superhero to inadvertently lure users to be hacked in as little as one click, claims security company McAfee.
Nick Clegg has mocked the Daily Mail's dissection of what the new Conservative female cabinet ministers are wearing by tweeting a picture of his outfit.
Ed Miliband is aiming to stage a high-stakes visit to Washington next week that will likely include a drop-in meeting with Barack Obama, the same level of courtesy offered to David Cameron in 2008 when the then-leader of the opposition met Obama's predecessor, George Bush.
Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley has bowed to pressure from the City and withdrawn his controversial participation in the firm's bonus scheme, despite winning approval from shareholders.
Roma may have snatched Verona star Juan Iturbe from under the nose of Juventus in what would be a massive transfer coup.
Michael Mancienne is set to have a medical ahead of a move to the City Ground.
Sturridge thinks another star could emerge in Suarez's absence.
Mark Schwarzer has said playing at the age of 41, signing a new contract at Stamford Bridge was easy.