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Just over six months after it was resurrected by German investors, online technology magazine The Kernel could be set to disappear once again after being swallowed up by a US rival.

Lance Armstrong's superhero status appears intact as as preparations for glamorous fundraiser continue

There is little sign, from the stiff yellow invitations currently atop some the smartest mantelpieces in Texas, that Lance Armstrong's superhero status has been even slightly diminished.

Under starter's orders: Shelby gives the command to start a Nascar race at the Las Vegas Speedway in 2009

Carroll Shelby: Racing driver who won at Le Mans for Aston Martin

Carroll Shelby," the great American racing driver Dan Gurney said, "was an automotive visionary and leader. His West Texas down-home bib overalls style had a huge emotional impact on me and when he launched his now legendary Ford-powered Cobra team, I found myself a very willing volunteer to lend my driving ability to his quest to take on the established European teams on their home turf."

Ashley Bell

Screentalk: Romcom respite for Ashley Bell

Ashley Bell is swapping horror for romantic comedy.

Slim in 2007; he never retired, and said he would bet on anything 'as long as the odds are in my favour'

Amarillo Slim: Poker player in the vanguard of the game's surge in popularity since the 1970s

From fewer than 10 entrants in its first few years, the World Series of Poker now boasts thousands

Santigold plays to an ecstatic crowd

Why SXSW is a voyage of discovery

Bruce Springsteen, Fiona Apple, barbecue – who needs them? Not Gillian Orr, who went off-piste in search of new acts to get excited about at the biggest and best music festival in America

Dennis Quaid's third wife files for divorce

Actor Dennis Quaid's third wife, Kimberly Buffington Quaid, has filed for divorce, saying their seven-year marriage is "insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities".

Bahrain and US Grand Prix to go ahead in 2012

Formula One's 2012 calendar was approved unchanged at a meeting of the governing body's World Motor Sports Council in New Delhi on Wednesday despite previous uncertainty about races in Bahrain and the United States, FIA sources told Reuters.

Bernie Ecclestone claimed the United States Grand Prix circuit owners had missed the deadline to sign an agreement to stage the race next year

Bernie Ecclestone gives US another week to save Grand Prix

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has given organizers of next year's US Grand Prix another week to save the Texas race by proving they have the finances in place.

Murray dispatched Roddick with ease

Andy Murray routs Andy Roddick at Paris Masters

World number three Andy Murray powered into the quarter-finals of the Paris Masters with a comprehensive 6-2 6-2 win over Andy Roddick.

Edwards out of Valencia race

Colin Edwards will miss the final MotoGP race of the season in Valencia as he awaits surgery on a broken arm.

Perry attacked over hunting camp with racist name

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry faces new questions over his suitability to go head-to-head with Barack Obama next November, after it was claimed his family hunting spot was known by a racist nickname.

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Reprieve for man 'sentenced to death for being black'

With just hours to go before he was due to be killed by lethal injection, a convicted murderer from Texas has been granted a temporary reprieve so the US Supreme Court can investigate whether he was originally sentenced to death because he is black.

Wildfires rage out of control across Texas

More than 1,000 homes have been destroyed in wildfires sweeping across rural Texas – and the biggest of the blazes is still completely uncontained, state officials have admitted.

Rick Perry criticised for fund-raising gifts

Rick Perry, suddenly the front-runner in the Republican nomination stakes, last month described Washington as a "seedy place" he didn't care for.

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