Apple Campus 2 to feature visitor’s center

Apple's new HQ will feature a visitor's center with viewing platform open to the general public

Compared to Google’s open and accessible Mountain View headquarters design, Apple’s planned Campus 2 seems a relatively private affair. However, new architectural plans reveal that the tech giant’s new HQ will feature a visitor’s center with viewing platform open to the general public.

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‘Migrant stowaways’ leave lorry after arriving in UK – CCTV video

CCTV footage shows suspected illegal immigrants getting out of a lorry in the West Midlands. Three men cut a hole in the rear side of a lorry, jump out and run off. About 3,000 people from a range of countries including Syria and Eritrea are camped in the northern French port of Calais, with many trying to cross into Britain illegally by climbing on board lorries and trains Continue reading…









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CCTV footage shows suspected illegal immigrants getting out of a lorry in the West Midlands. Three men cut a hole in the rear side of a lorry, jump out and run off. About 3,000 people from a range of countries including Syria and Eritrea are camped in the northern French port of Calais, with many trying to cross into Britain illegally by climbing on board lorries and trains Continue reading…









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Liverpool Transfer News: Asier Illarramendi Breakthrough, Moussa Sissoko Rumours

Liverpool’s long-term attempts to sign Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illarramendi are set to pay off with the news Los Blancos are happy to accept a £14.2 million bid from the Premier League club, according to reports in Spain.

Fichajes (h/t Jamie Sanderson of Metro) indicates Madrid are “happy to deal” at this price, having previously stalled on a £10.5 million offer from the Reds earlier this summer. Illarramendi is a quality passer of the ball, a strong tackler and someone who could sit at the foot of a possible midfield three, which may include James Milner and Jordan Henderson at Anfield next season.

However, Marca previously reported new Los Blancos boss Rafa Benitez “wants to get the most out of him.” It is suggested Illarramendi has rejected the chance to join Liverpool and favours a fight for playing time at the Bernabeu instead.

In an alternative report, Fichajes (h/t Sanderson) suggests Newcastle United’s Moussa Sissoko could be added to Brendan Rodgers’ squad ahead of the new season. The player’s versatility is noted as a plus for Rodgers, who has already added James Milner and Roberto Firmino to Liverpool’s central options this summer.

Sissoko is an ambitious player who often lets his willingness to attack diminish other areas of his game. The 25-year-old is blessed with terrific physical attributes, combining power and pace when on the ball.

However, his control sometimes isn’t particularly sharp—he averaged 2.5 completed dribbles but was dispossessed 1.9 times per Premier League match last term, recorded by WhoScored.com—and he is prone to leaving his team-mates exposed. Sissoko can play just behind the striker or even from the flank if needed, highlighting himself as the kind of utility man Rodgers admires.

David Wright of the Express cited sources in France when suggesting Liverpool will need to battle Arsenal and Chelsea for Sissoko’s signature. The player previously admitted he “would be very happy” to work under Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge.

Steven Gerrard‘s move to Los Angeles Galaxy is likely to affect Liverpool both on and off the pitch, so it’s vital Rodgers stacks plenty of midfield options for the season ahead. Milner and Henderson can prove to be invaluable and will maintain the warrior spirit Gerrard offered during his tenure.

A combination of Emre Can, Joe Allen and Lucas Leiva will also shoulder responsibility, but another versatile option wouldn’t go amiss. Sissoko’s busy style needs reining in, but he has the quality to spark Liverpool into life. He could also be the perfect antidote to Illarramendi’s calm, if the Spaniard eventually accepts a deal with the English club.

Amazon Signs Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May for New Car Show

The award-winning Top Gear trio is back together again thanks to Amazon. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have inked a three-season deal with the company for a new exclusive car show available to Amazon Prime members. Longtime producer Andy Wilman has also been brought on board, as the debut season is to air in 2016.

“Customers told us they wanted to see the team back on screen, and we are excited to make that happen,” said Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Prime Video EU. “Millions of Prime members are already enjoying our ground-breaking original shows. We can’t wait to see what Jeremy, Richard, James and the team will create in what is sure to be one of the most globally anticipated shows of 2016.”

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Amazon is also gearing up for its first-ever original movie, directed by Spike Lee.

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Amazon Signs Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May for New Car Show

The award-winning Top Gear trio is back together again thanks to Amazon. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have inked a three-season deal with the company for a new exclusive car show available to Amazon Prime members. Longtime producer Andy Wilman has also been brought on board, as the debut season is to air in 2016.

“Customers told us they wanted to see the team back on screen, and we are excited to make that happen,” said Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Prime Video EU. “Millions of Prime members are already enjoying our ground-breaking original shows. We can’t wait to see what Jeremy, Richard, James and the team will create in what is sure to be one of the most globally anticipated shows of 2016.”

The new series will join the largest selection of movies and TV shows of any video streaming service in the UK. To stay updated on the latest news surrounding the anticipated show, sign up here.

Amazon is also gearing up for its first-ever original movie, directed by Spike Lee.

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Arsenal Transfer News: Karim Benzema Breakthrough Made, Latest Gunners Rumours

Real Madrid are ready to accept a £40 million bid from Arsenal for striker Karim Benzema, according to Fichajes (h/t Metro).

Metro‘s report noted Benzema is the “top target” of Gunners boss Arsene Wenger and Madrid will focus on luring Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus to the Bernabeu if he leaves.

However, B/R UK’s Guillem Balague doesn’t expect Benzema to move away from the Spanish capital this summer:

Madrid have already turned down a £31 million offer from Wenger for the player, according to Metro (h/t Joe Short of the Express). An alternative Metro report (h/t Chisanga Malata of the Daily Star) indicated Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski could be the subject of a £35 million bid if attempts to lure Benzema prove futile, as originally tweeted by Kike Marin of El Confidencial.

Benzema would be a stunning signing for the Gunners, someone who could turn them into genuine title-contenders. He is a physical threat, someone who can spread play and, most importantly, round off attacking moves.

New Madrid boss Rafa Benitez has pushed Cristiano Ronaldo closer to Benzema in pre-season, offering tighter, short-passing play in the centre, particularly during the 4-1 win over Manchester City. Finding a suitable balance between all-out attack and defensive solidity will be key to Rafa’s chances of success at the Bernabeu, especially after Carlo Ancelotti failed miserably in this department last term.

Arsenal fans will no doubt be looking for hints toward Benzema’s future after he released a cryptic Instagram post which read, “Leave the past to the past. #directionfuture,” translated by James Orr of the Independent

However, Orr suggested that the picture may have been old, and he appeared during a promotional event for Madrid on Wednesday, as tweeted by the club:

Wenger has made it clear he won’t spend for the sake of it, but rather to add final touches to a squad who have won two trophies in as many seasons. His recent comments were reported by Arsenal’s Twitter account:

Tancredi Palmeri of beIN Sports previously reported Wenger’s alleged €8 million bid for Juventus striker Fernando Llorente. B/R UK’s Jonathan Johnson expects Llorente to make the move, but he doesn’t believe Benzema is obtainable for Arsenal:

Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott will be watching the latest rumours with intrigue. They will be hoping to hush any critics with a match-winning display during Sunday’s Community Shield fixture with Chelsea, perhaps halting rumours of a big-money move for Benzema or Lewandowski in the process.

Wenger’s squad needs three fit and firing strikers to tackle four competitions without becoming stretched, though, as we saw with Chelsea last term. With plenty of cash in the bank and just over a month of the transfer window remaining, Wenger is yet to make his biggest play of the summer.

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