Heinz has apologised to a German customer after a QR code on one of its tomato ketchup bottles linked to a porn site.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was a game so titanically vast you could lose yourself in it for hundreds of hours and still stumble across new places.
It’s dressed in the trappings of Jurassic World, but this is a Lego game from top to shiny plastic toe, which means you’ll be wandering around smashing everything into its component bricks, before reassembling them into useful machines that eventually lead you to the next area.
Andy Murray and Viktor Troicki have history, not much of it light reading.
The latest endorsement of Jordan Spieth’s major credentials arrived parallel to another lamentable exit by Tiger Woods. While the former will undeniably be a force in this sport for a long time to come, evidence pointing towards a Woods return is increasingly difficult to glean.
Unfortunately one of the abiding images of the 115th US Open will not involve holed putts or a trophy presentation.
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed, two shining beacons in an otherwise dismal Ryder Cup showing by the United States at Gleneagles last September, will head into the third round of the US Open as the joint leaders at Chambers Bay.
David Cameron is at risk of demoralising British Muslims with his “misguided emphasis” on saying that some people in the community are quietly condoning Islamist extremism, according to a former cabinet colleague and Conservative party co-chair.
Chile routed Bolivia 5-0 to secure their place in the Copa America quarter-finals.
Lord Ashdown, the former Liberal Democrat leader, is calling for the progressive forces in British politics not to retreat into post-election tribalism but to work together to try to agree a broad policy agenda for a future non-Tory government.
Slaven Bilic is West Ham's new manager - and he loves the club's ambition.
The Manchester United goalkeeper has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, and could potentially dislodge the Los Blancos great for club and country.
Steven Gerrard and Rio Ferdinand unveiled as Champions League pundits for BT Sport.