Hacker explains why he revealed 'Wikileaks source'
League adopts 'home-grown' rule
Football League clubs must have at least 10 "home-grown" players in their squads from next season.
Fulham recruit Arsenal's Senderos
Fulham sign central defender Philippe Senderos from Arsenal on a three-year contract.
Hughton eager to retain Carroll
Newcastle boss Chris Hughton is keen to fend off interest from rival clubs for 21-year-old striker Andy Carroll.
Derby's Robbie Savage to co-present BBC's 606 next season
Derby County midfielder Robbie Savage is the new co-host of BBC Radio 5 live's Saturday evening football phone-in show 606 next season.
World Cup nerves for South Africa
South Africa players speak about a growing nervous anticipation as the opening World Cup match against Mexico approaches.
How to throw the perfect World Cup party
People come together during the World Cup to watch the matches, so how to host the perfect party?
Warning over Premier League wages
Soaring wages are threatening the stability of Premier League clubs, a report into football finances says.
No fears over Rooney - Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand says his England and Man Utd team-mate Wayne Rooney will have no disciplinary issues in South Africa.
Experienced trio to exit Man City
Martin Petrov, Sylvinho and Benjani are to leave Manchester City this summer.
Apple shows off iPhone update
Apple boss Steve Jobs unveils a redesign of the firm's popular iPhone handset at an event in San Francisco.
Tanzania make loss on Brazil game
Tanzania are waiting to find out just how high the price will be of inviting Brazil to play a friendly with the country's national team.
China defends net censorship
Officials explain why the authorities censor the internet in a white paper outlining China's policies governing the web.
iPhone 4: Apple tries to put genie back in the bottle
Inmarsat grabs engineering prize
The UK's top engineering prize - the MacRobert award - is awarded to Inmarsat for its global broadband satellite network.
Tuesday's gossip column
Sir Alex Ferguson to up stakes for Luka Modric, plus other rumours
Adobe acknowledges critical flaw
Adobe is rushing to fix a bug in its popular programs that, if exploited, could hand control of a computer to hackers.
US intelligence analyst arrested
A US military analyst is arrested on suspicion of leaking combat video and thousands of classified documents.
Brown and Hull agree compensation
Hull City have reached a compensation deal with Phil Brown that confirms the former manager's exit from the club.
South Africa deports 'hooligans'
South Africa deports 10 Argentines who police say were planning to disrupt the World Cup, which starts this week.