Willian has heaped praise on Jose Mourinho ahead of Saturday s London derby against Tottenham and maintained his desire to remain in London when his current Chelsea contract expires at the end of the season.The 31 year old has been a mainstay of Chelsea sides managed by Mourinho, Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri since he signed for the Blues after rejecting Spurs at the last moment in the summer of 2013.
With many factories still closed in China due to the coronavirus outbreak, its trading partners are feeling the effects.
Actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra and her husband Raj Kundra on Friday announced that they have become parents to a baby girl, born through surrogacy. The couple welcomed their second child on February 15. "Our prayers have been answered with a miracle. With gratitude in our hearts we are thrilled to announce the arrival of our little Angel. Samisha Shetty Kundra. Born on 15th February 2020 Junior SSK in the house, " Shilpa said.
Ahead of next week''s RSA Conference, which starts Feb. 24, Microsoft has announced the general availability (GA) of multiple enterprise security solutions, partner collaborations and new product enhancements.
The way people use their devices is changing, and Microsoft is embracing that with a new look for its cadre of Windows apps.Microsoft is in the midst of years long redesign of its signature tools, and the icons that reflect them, to match an era where most people use multiple devices everyday and aren t locked in to a single operating system. Microsoft unveiled the new set of app icons this week to help the products stand out within ecosystems outside of Windows.
Microsoft has revealed its plans to bring its Defender antivirus software to both Android and iOS later this year.
by Ivan Mehta mdash; in Microsoft In the past couple of years, Microsoft has made some solid apps for iOS and Android. Now, the company is planning to bring its Defender antivirus solution for mobile platforms. These apps will be part of Microsoft s enterprise suite.
Full screen Read more on:Geneva Motor Show 2020Hot HatchVolkswagenGolf Welcome to the new Golf GTI. Fine, welcomem to a drawing of the new Golf GTI. And it ll have to do, because this is all we re getting until it s revealed proper at next month s Geneva Motor Show, where the GTI will share space on VW s stand with the diesel engined GTD. And a show hall with its close cousins, the Cupra Leon and Skoda Octavia vRS.VW says the latest GTI will be a pure, intelligent and superior high tech sports car for the digital age and, like its predecessors, will be front wheel drive and powered by a petrol engine. It will have tartan upholstery (good), a red stripe across its radiator grille (also good), as well as a techy interior loaded with screens (not so good).
Full screen Read more on:Future TechHyundaiKia GPS aided automatic transmissions that can predictively change gear for upcoming hills, corners and so on have been around for many years. But Hyundai and Kia (which are both part of the same company, don t forget) have just gone one step further with their new ICT Connected Shift System .This new tech uses cameras and radar normally reserved for adaptive cruise control systems to monitor road and traffic conditions as well as detailed GPS maps to inform the automatic gearbox s shifts. The companies claim GPS info includes elevation, gradient, curvature and a variety of road events as well as current traffic conditions , while radar detects the speed and distance between the vehicle and others , and a normal forward looking camera keeps track of lane markings.
Full screen 1 10 Read more on:Geneva Motor Show 2020CupraSeatLeon A hot hatch should be all things to all people. Sporty, practical, safe, affordable, chuckable and economical? Traditionally, that s where a hot hatchback s biggest compromise elbows its way in.But what if your hot hatch was also a plug in hybrid? Silent electro running for the school gates, turbocharged fury for when school s out? Enter the new Cupra Leon eHybrid. The best of all worlds, and best for the world, surely?
Full screen 1 10 Read more on:RetroJaguar If you hadn t already noticed, we re rather fond of the whole estate thing on TopGear.com. Call them what you like wagons, shooting brakes, estates anything with a big boot and preferably a big engine at its heart usually gets our attention. Speaking of which, check out the images above. Holy moly. That s no normal Jaguar XJS, it s one of only 67 that were converted into beautifully boxy shooting brakes by a little known company called Lynx back in the 1980s. Lynx then named its creation the Eventer. Oh yes presumably because you can attend all of the events with all of the equipment in the back of your newly long XJS.
Full screen 1 7 Read more on:Geneva Motor Show 2020VolkswagenCaddy Life We do like a van at Top Gear. Be it a ginormous Ford Transit to swallow all of your belongings or a, um, ginormous Ford Tourneo to swallow all of your relatives, we love their wanton practicality, normally at the expense of most other things.Yet this dinky new Volkswagen Caddy comes with a feature we don t normally associate with vans. Styling . It comes with a reasonable amount of the stuff as standard, and is arguably more interesting to look at than numerous actual cars in the VW empire. Especially painted in Metallic Muddy Puddle, or whatever this colour happens to be called.
Full screen 1 13 Read more on:Geneva Motor Show 2020Supercars We ve seen the teasers, we ve grappled with the name (silent C, pronounce it like the tower burger) now, at last, Czinger is ready to divulge all the good stuff on its 21C hypercar. And the big news is it s 3D printed. Well, large sections of the chassis are, paving the way for a revolutionary new car manufacturing process that could change everything.Before we get into all that though, ready for the numbers? Please adopt the brace position. The engine is an in house developed 2.9 litre twin turbo V8 producing 937bhp with an 11,000rpm red line. It ll be the world s most power dense production engine, connected to a seven speed sequential gearbox.
Labour leadership hopeful Lisa Nandy has pledged to "redouble her efforts " to back trans rights after being heckled by anti trans activists at a leadership hustings.
Phillip Schofield shared a selfie with his wife Stephanie Lowe as the pair joined their two daughters for a family holiday, two weeks after he came out as gay.