The reigning Copa America champions have announced their provisional squad list, with the notable absence of Barcelona star, Luis Suarez.
Newcastle United and Everton are reportedly interested in Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila feels his back four have been one of the best things about the Bhoys this season.
Oscar-winning actor uses drug for pain relief following injuries received in 2008 car accident
Bafetimbi Gomis's scored the winner against the Gunners for the second time this season, but the results owed a lot to a former Arsenal man.
Spotify has hailed 2014 as a “transformative” year in which its annual revenues passed €1bn for the first time, but the music-streaming service’s growth came at a cost – a sharp increase in its net losses.
If you’ve been submerged under a deluge of reminders for friends’ birthdays on Facebook, you’re not alone: the social network has confirmed that a bug in its notification system meant that it sent out many many more push notifications, emails and the like than it should have.
Not many rugby players have changed their sport forever inside a few weeks. Even fewer athletes have been so far ahead of their time that, two decades later, the global impact they made remains unsurpassed.
Tim Sherwood is currently ninth when it comes to the best win percentages in the league's history.
The R&A is on the verge of another broadcasting windfall, with a new multi-year deal to screen the Open Championship in the United States edging close to completion.
Good news travels fast, but bad news even faster – especially if it’s the release of lacklustre results from Twitter.
Dave Goldberg, the chief executive of the online survey and research company Survey Monkey who was married to the Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, has died aged 47.
In ducked the ball into Jonathan Trott’s pads and up went the crooked finger of Billy Bowden. Trott dallied briefly to talk to his captain just in case there was scope for a review. It must have been a difficult moment for Alastair Cook.