Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic is poised to join Fenerbahce on loan for the rest of the season, with the Reds keen for the Serbian to get some regular game time. According to Andy Hunter of the Guardian,
1. Google has responded to the EU's antitrust allegations. Google says that it doesn't feel its actions were anti-competitive. 2. Apple is holding an event on September 9 where it will likely reveal the
Lionel Messi is adored by connoisseurs of European football, as was evident when he won UEFA’s award for Best Player on Thursday. But in his homeland of Argentina, they aren’t quite as hung up on the star
One of the key executives behind Apple's Beats 1 radio has resigned just two months after the "worldwide, always on" service launched, reports the Financial Times. Ian Rogers was formerly the CEO of Beats
Floyd Mayweather has continued his war of words with UFC sensation Ronda Rousey and has also insisted that his Sept. 12 bout with Andre Berto will indeed be his final fight as a professional boxer. The
Paris-based artist Charles Pétillon has a reputation for filling abandoned spaces with ethereal balloon formations. For his first installation in a public space and his largest undertaking to date, Heartbeat,
Campaign, a Bay Area startup, yanks buying furniture into the 21st century. Brad Sewell—formerly a design and manufacturing engineer at Apple—thinks we’re buying furniture all wrong. The problems, as told
Apple has teamed up with North American Bancard (NAB) for the launch of a new version of its PayAnywhere card reader, which will be available exclusively in Apple Stores and on Apple’s Website come September.