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Microsoft boss: ‘World needs more computing power’

The head of tech giant Microsoft says faster machines are needed to solve difficult computing problems.

North Korea sending 22 to Winter Olympics in South Korea

North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February.

Newcastle United bid still on table – Staveley

Businesswoman Amanda Staveley says she still wants to buy Newcastle United despite owner Mike Ashley ending £250m takeover talks this week.

Anya Shrubsole: England vice-captain wins ICC Spirit of Cricket award

England vice-captain Anya Shrubsole wins the ICC’s Spirit of Cricket award for her “humility and sportsmanship” during last year’s World Cup.

MotoGP rider Jonas Folger ruled out for 2018 season by rare illness

Monster Yamaha Tech3 are looking for a new rider after Jonas Folger rules himself out of the whole MotoGP season

Aanchal Thakur: Meet the girl who won India’s first skiing medal

Aanchal Thakur talks about the significance of winning India’s first winter sports medal.

Newcastle owner Ashley ends takeover talks with businesswoman Staveley

Newcastle’s owner Mike Ashley has ended talks with British businesswoman Amanda Staveley over a takeover believed to have been worth around £250m.

Laureus Awards: Mo Farah, Chris Froome and Lewis Hamilton among nominees

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah is among four Britons nominated for the 2017 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award.

I was sexually abused by ex-US team doctor – Biles

Four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles says she was sexually abused by former Team USA gymnastics sports doctor Larry Nassar.

French league suspends goalline technology after cup errors

The French league suspends goalline technology until further notice after two errors during this week’s League Cup quarter-finals.

Japanese Olympian banned for spiking rival’s drink

Sports officials say Yasuhiro Suzuji had a history of sabotaging competitors.

Sports Report at 70: Presenters’ memories, royal recognition & THAT theme tune

BBC presenters and commentators share their memories as the world’s longest-running sports show celebrates its 70th birthday.

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