Juventus sold $60m worth of Ronaldo jerseys in 24 hours - nearly half his transfer fee

  • Juventus sold $60m worth of Ronaldo jerseys in 24 hours - nearly half his transfer fee  Daily Mail
  • Cristiano Ronaldo and why shirt sales don't even come close to paying for a transfer  The Independent
  • Cristiano Ronaldo: New Juventus signing serenaded by Patrice Evra in hilarious video  Daily Star
  • World Cup showed team effort is better than individual skill  Daily Nation
  • Ronaldo's no laughing stock  Mail & Guardian
  • Google is secretly working on Android's successor: Know everything about 'Fuchsia'

  • Google is secretly working on Android's successor: Know everything about 'Fuchsia'  Economic Times
  • It's the EU vs the US and Google is in the middle  NBCNews.com
  • Online activists flood Google search results for 'idiot' with images of Trump  The Verge
  • Antitrust: Commission fines Google €4.34 billion for illegal practices regarding Android mobile devices to strengthen ...  EU News
  • Why Did the European Commission Fine Google Five Billion Dollars?  The New Yorker
  • WhatsApp to restrict message forwarding after India mob lynchings

  • WhatsApp to restrict message forwarding after India mob lynchings  The Guardian
  • WhatsApp to Limit Message Forwarding After Rumor-Led Violence in India  Wall Street Journal
  • WhatsApp is adding new restrictions as killings continue in India  CNNMoney
  • Facebook & WhatsApp! Stop paying lip service. Here's what you should do to stop fake news  Business Today
  • WhatsApp Limits Message Forwarding After India Mob Lynchings  Daily Beast
  • Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter partner for ambitious new data project

  • Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter partner for ambitious new data project  The Verge
  • Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter actually want to make it easier for you to switch services  BGR
  • Four of the Biggest Tech Giants Teamed Up to Make Moving Your Data Around Less Painful  Gizmodo
  • Data Transfer Project - GitHub  GitHub
  • The Data Transfer Project's big-name support won't matter without the biggest one: Apple  PCWorld