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English Premier League club Manchester United said it had signed a partnership deal with IT firm HCL Technologies to improve its website and app as it gears up to launch a new digital media strategy.
China's smartphone makers are drafting in cricket teams and Bollywood stars to conquer India, their largest overseas market and a key testing ground for their international expansion, as they try to rebrand as more than just sellers of cheap handsets.
Proving that soccer is the world's only universal language, three in 10 consumers with web access say that they watch Premier League matches on the television and 15% turn to the Web to see a game.
BT's move to buy mobile operator EE is expected to put the former state-owned telecoms giant back in pole position as fixed line and mobile services converge, forcing rivals such as Vodafone to make costly moves of their own to keep up.
Cesc Fabregas and Thierry Henry are two big name soccer stars backing Grabyo, a video clips sharing technology company, which said it raised US$2mil (RM6.7mil) as part of a plan to grow its distribution of exclusive video on social media.
Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid The Sun said it had more than doubled its online subscribers to 225,000 in a year, partly helping shore up declining print sales.
Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has been suspended for three matches and fined £25,000 (RM131,403) after he was found guilty of misconduct by the Football Association (FA) for an "abusive" comment he made on Twitter.
An Indian answer to Craigslist is drawing millions of monthly visitors to its website, exchanging everything from used iPads to cows, in a country where second-hand goods have traditionally been sniffed at.