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A Kickstarter campaign is aiming to raise some £250,000 to bring the film, entitled Mike Bassett: Interim Manager, to the silver screen next year.
A new app is being rolled out to WTA coaches ahead of the 2015 season that allows real-time analytics to be used to improve the performance of female tennis players.
The corporation has announced the viewers will be now be able to watch their favourite TV and radio programmes up to 30 days after they originally aired.
A sequel to the box office hit Zombieland has officially been slated, after reports surfaced that writer David Callaham would be jumping on board to resurrect the franchise.
The telecommunications company has asked the UK communications watchdog to launch an investigation into how rights are awarded to bring prices down.
The 40th Ryder Cup tees off in Scotland on Friday and there are plenty of ways to follow all the action and ensure you don't miss a single shot of golf's ultimate team competition.
Not wanting to get left out, Panasonic has unveiled its impressive 85in television, complete with 4K resolution as well as a host of other features.
The company’s stand features all of its sets that range of 48in to 105in and it hopes that a new range of content from the likes of Amazon and Netflix helps to trigger interest.
The South Korean firm has announced that the HW-H7500/H7501 soundbar is part of the company's "Total Curved Solution" and will offer 8.1 channel support with two speaker units on each side.
It has stated that recording and then sharing videos of goals online is illegal as it breaches copyright and it is moving to crack down on the practice over the coming season.
Flappy Birds quickly hit the level of phenomena, then just as quickly vanished as the developer pulled it from both the iTunes and Google Play stores. Now Amazon TV's bringing it back.