Sport Juan Mata (right) and David Moyes arrive at Carrington training complex on Monday

United have already made the biggest splash in the transfer market with the signing of Juan Mata for £37.1m

Royal Marine found guilty of murder for battlefield execution of injured Taliban fighter

Sergeant shot prisoner as fellow soldier filmed killing on helmet camera

Commuters brave the pollution in Huai'an, Jiangsu province, China

China's CCTV culture suffers as record high pollution and smog levels render country's 20 million surveillance cameras effectively useless

Experts claim that in many Chinese cities, pollution particles are so dense and compressed that they block light almost as effectively as a brick wall

GTA V player takes ‘Street’ Photography using in-game camera phone 

A Brazilian-born photographer and gamer has put together a series of realist pictures from Grand Theft Auto V - taken using his character’s in-game camera phone.

Staffordshire Police to wear video cameras on patrol

All frontline officers, special constables and PCSOs will be required to wear video cameras on their uniforms when on patrol in a bid to boost a force’s “integrity”.

Cheap as chips: Google’s new Nexus 5 could cost less than £200

The new Google phone packs impressive specs into rumoured $299 pricetag

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Last night's viewing - The Face, Sky Living; Porn on the Brain Channel 4

If there was a "miaow!" button on my keyboard, I'd have worn it out on Sky Living's new modelling talent show. With Naomi Campbell on the judging panel, it could never be less than diva-licious, but The Face set itself apart from America's Next Top Model and even the superb RuPaul's Drag Race with an extra 20 per cent added bitchy. You see, it wasn't just the contestants in competition last night, it was the judges too.

Questions of Cash: Curry's kept me out of the picture over my faulty camera complaint

Q. I bought a Sony Alpha A58 camera on 29 August from Curry's. On 8 September while using the camera, the built-in flash malfunctioned. It seemed that a part of the plastic mechanism inside had sheared off. The built-in flash worked correctly up to that point, although I did notice that once or twice it seemed to "catch" when I closed it. This time something more drastic happened and it could not be closed at all.

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles wants to prevent councils from using the cameras to maximise their income from parking fines.

Councils' use of CCTV to fine motorists for parking to be made illegal

Councils in England could be banned from using CCTV cameras and "spy cars" to hand motorists parking fines under new government proposals

The 10 Best pet gadgets

From drinking bowls to collar-attached cameras and useful apps, we look at the best ways to care for your dog and cat

Tiger Woods in action at the BMW Championship

FedEx Cup provides the chance for Tiger Woods to round out 'pretty good year' with £6.6m jackpot

The grand finale to the PGA Championship sees the world No 1 enter the tournament at the top of the points table

BBC newsreader Simon McCoy

New media mix-up: BBC newsreader Simon McCoy mistakes photocopier paper for iPad

BBC news presenter Simon McCoy left viewers baffled today when he presented a report while carrying a stack of photocopier paper - after mistaking it for an iPad.

The new iPhone 5C will come in five different colours

iPhone 5C: Apple's first departure from high-end devices

The introduction of the iPhone 5C marks Apple's first departure from high-end devices.

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Billy Graham’s son declares righteous war on Ebola

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Mackay, Moody and another grim day for English football

The latest shocking claims do nothing to dispel the image that some in the game on these shores exist in a time warp, laments Sam Wallace
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Will Barcelona's hopes go out of the window?

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We know all too much about the cruelty of Isis – but all too little about who they are

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The new Scots who hold fate of the UK in their hands

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