A second consecutive Ultimate Fighting Championship defeat seemed to bring the curtain down on Ronda Rousey’s fighting career in 2016.
A rare water vessel, believed to been stolen from China 150 years ago, will go under the hammer today.
The Cameroon Commonwealth Games team has flown home from the Gold Coast early following the disappearance of eight of its 24 athletes.
London is a world leader when it comes to culture, entertainment and business.
Some 129 top level football players face financial ruin after a tax avoidance scheme popular with the rich and famous went bad.
Verdict was recently invited to Gameboxx, a central London virtual reality pub, to take part in what it claimed to be the first ever inter-pub VR tournament.
Audiobook sales have doubled in the last five years, as consumers continue to put down their paperbacks and plug in their headphones.
Leading cryptocurrency bitcoin has had a difficult month, with its value falling more than $3,000 between mid-March and early April.
The Christmas period was unable to save the UK’s biggest toy retailer from closure.
Competing in a marathon is one of the most gruelling activities that you can do.
China has banned the sale of the Bible via online marketplaces as the East Asian nation continues to clamp down on the practice of religion.
Comparable to American football’s Super Bowl, cycling’s Tour de France and Wimbledon for tennis fans, WWE WrestleMania is the pinnacle of the wrestling calendar.
The world is becoming more health-conscious and sportswear giants Nike are reaping the rewards.
As the parent company of many of the world’s biggest luxury brands, such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, TAG Heuer and Givenchy, LVMH has access to a vast pool of the world’s most talented creatives.
The Commonwealth Games are officially underway.
Under legislation introduced last year, private homes in Singapore must be rented on a minimum three month contract.
LGBTQ networking app Grindr has stopped sharing the HIV status of its users with third-parties, the company’s head of security has confirmed.
Despite bringing the curtain down on Wladimir Klitschko’s two-decades of dominant displays in the heavyweight division with a 11th round knockout in April last year, many still feel that British boxer Anthony Joshua has something to prove.
One lucky 15-year-old has swapped his Snapchat handle for a free trip around Europe.
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn won the young vote in the country’s snap general election last year.
Social media research firm Fizziology is going to use artificial intelligence to detect sudden changes in social media conversation, using the tech to monitor topics, brands and projects.
Google has announced that it will acquire gif-sharing startup Tenor in a bid to increase its hold on search.
If Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg thought a few full-page newspaper advertisements would be enough to gloss over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, then he has another thing coming.
This coming weekend will be a big one for sports fans, with the Premier League returning to action and Anthony Joshua taking to the ring for the first time this year.
We’ll stop short of calling former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini the richest footballer in the world – that title is thought to be held by 19-year-old Faiq Bolkiah, Leicester City reserves player and son of the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah – but business acumen and a willingness to take risks has certainly propelled Flamini
Cristiano Ronaldo possesses the third most followed Instagram account, third most followed Facebook page and ninth most popular Twitter account, with a combined audience of over 305 million.
The Boat Race 2018 will see Oxford and Cambridge go head-to-head in their annual rowing competition for a 163rd year, as they look to secure the bragging rights for the next 12 months.
US President Donald Trump has announced that John Bolton, the man behind George W Bush’s fight against weapons of mass destruction, will become his third national security chief in 14 months.
Public service workers, including teachers, hospital staff, air traffic controllers and rail staff, will down tools today in France in protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s labour reforms.
Some 2,970 members of China’s National People’s Congress voted to scrap its presidential two-term policy last week.