You are here

Manchester City news: Chelsea would consider selling Eden Hazard but only if Sergio Aguero is included – reports

Could Hazard be set to wear the sky blue of City next season? Sunday, February 18, 2018 Chelsea would only entertain an offer from Manchester City for Eden Hazard if they can get Sergio Aguero in return, according to reports. City have been linked with a British record move of £150 million for the Belgian superstar, but may be forced to sacrifice their all-time record goalscorer to get him. That’s according to the Daily Star, who also claim the Blues face a massive battle to keep Hazard out of the…

Read More

New York investigates company accused of selling fake Twitter followers

New York’s chief prosecutor says the state is opening an investigation into a firm that allegedly sold millions of fake followers to social media users. “Impersonation and deception are illegal under New York law,” said Eric Schneiderman. The company, Devumi, stands accused of stealing real people’s identities, which it denies, according to the New York Times. The paper linked the “follower factory” to a host of celebrity accounts. The New York Times published an in-depth report on Devumi on Saturday, including interviews with people who alleged their account details and…

Read More

Virgin West Coast train firm stops selling Daily Mail

Virgin Trains has announced that it has stopped selling the Daily Mail newspaper on its West Coast trains. A spokesperson for Virgin said it regularly reviewed products sold on its trains, adding that “after listening to feedback from our people” it decided to stop stocking copies of the paper. A Daily Mail spokesman called the decision “disgraceful”. Last year, stationery chain Paperchase apologised for a promotional giveaway in the Mail following criticism. The Virgin spokesperson added that when it stocked the paper, which it stopped carrying in November, it only…

Read More

'Famous' beetroot goes on tour of New Zealand after selling for $110

What started as a tongue-in-cheek last-minute Christmas gift has become an international sensation. Graeme Woller and wife Juliet initially agreed not to buy each other presents because they had bought an expensive tent recently. Graeme and Juliet Woller with the beetroot.  Photo: Graeme Woller However, Juliet saw a book which she knew Graeme would like and bought it as a Christmas present for him. She told him on Friday – three days before Christmas. He then decided to buy Juliet a present but he got sidetracked visiting people until remembering…

Read More
Gaming 

Star Citizen Now Selling $50 and $100 Land Grants in Further Feature Creep

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Roberts Space Industries, the developer behind the long-and-still-awaited Star Citizen, has announced it now offers players the opportunity to buy a land-claim license to help fund development. For $ 50 or $ 100, you can buy the rights to a 4km-by-4km lot or an 8km-by-8km estate, respectively. That’s enough to raise eyebrows, given Star Citizen has already raised $ 168 million since its Kickstarter campaign began. But the situation gets even stranger as you dig…

Read More

'Chelsea selling Nemanja Matic was the biggest act of lunacy I’ve seen in football,' says Ray Wilkins

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 Chelsea are paying the price for selling Nemanja Matic to Manchester United in the summer, according to Ray Wilkins. Antonio Conte is finding his second year as Blues boss much more difficult than his first, when he led the club to Premier League title glory. Chelsea are nine points adrift of league leaders Manchester City, having lost three of their ten top-flight games this season, while they were easily beaten by Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday night. According to former assistant boss and star player…

Read More

Robot vacuum company mulls selling maps of homes

IRobot, the maker of the Roomba smart vacuum, could one day sell data drawn from the maps the devices build up of individual homes as they clean. The Roomba is an automated floor cleaner that can be activated via an app and find its own way around, using sensors and a camera. Founder Colin Angle said the data they gathered could be used to make other devices work better in a smart home. Nothing would be done without the owner’s consent, he added. “Right now, iRobot is building maps to…

Read More
Scroll Up