EA has provided new details about Battlefield 1's next expansion, In the Name of the Tsar. Ahead of its full launch in September, season pass owners can play one of its maps beginning today.Lupkow Pass, which was the first map revealed from the expansion, is out now for anyone with the Battlefield 1 Premium Pass or In the Name of the Tsar expansion. It sees a battle between the Austro-Hungarian forces and the Russian Imperial Army in a snow-capped hillside where verticality is key. The Armored Train serves as the map's Behemoth, and all modes are available except Supply Drop and Operations.Lup...more
Items from Prince's Paisley Park will head to London's O2 Arena in October as part of an exhibit showcasing ephemera from the late icon's career.The My Name Is Prince exhibit also celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Prince's record-breaking run of 21 straight sold-out shows at the O2 Arena in 2007.This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Prince Items From Paisley Park to Exhibit in London
> There are more losers than gainers in one of the world's fastest growing car market, India. Even as the domestic market has expanded by 9 per cent during January-July period of 2017, big brands like Hyundai, M&M, Toyota and Renault have lost share. Ford, Volkswagen and Nissan have just managed to retain share. The domestic market expanded by nine per cent to 1.82 million units during the first seven months. However, of the top ten companies, only three were able to grow market share. The key gainer has been Maruti Suzuki, the largest player in domestic passenger vehicle market. According t...more
The start of the U.S. Open is one week away, and when the final Grand Slam tournament of the year gets underway in New York August 28, it will have a different look on the men's side than fans are used to seeing.
Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal have been the dominant players in the sport for more than a decade. The expectation has been that when these men step on the court in an important tournament, one of them will find a way to win, with few exceptions.
While Stan Wawrinka has found a way to break through on occasion, that fantastic foursome has dominated. One of...more
After milking his Christ the Redeemer celebration, Romelu Lukaku pointed to Henrikh Mkhitaryan and ushered him over. Like a camera-shy architect reluctant to be photographed standing next to one of his creations, the quiet Armenian ambled over to accept his portion of applause. It was plentiful. The Manchester United away end inside the Liberty Stadium on Saturday looked and sounded like it was finally waking up from the post-Sir Alex Ferguson ennui years. Liberation is a wonderful thing.
Mkhitaryan's pass for Lukaku's goal, the second in a 4-0 rout of Swansea City more ruthless than emph...more