Philips sets big screen TV record in World Cup

  If you headed over to Germany, but weren’t lucky enough to get tickets for the match, there’s a good chance you saw it on one of the huge Philips Amblilight screens, located in all 12 of the host cities….

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Dave WalkerPhilips sets big screen TV record in World Cup

World Cup on your PC and phone – was it any good?

Technology made the World Cup was the first major sports tournament we didn't need to dash home for. From mobile TV to the BBC's broadband coverage – we had the means to keep up-to-date with the matches wherever we…

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Dave WalkerWorld Cup on your PC and phone – was it any good?

Who Ate All The Bratwurst World Cup mobizine

Ever heard of mobizines? They're mobile magazines – just like the magazines you buy from the shops, but custom-built to fit your mobile screen. You download each issue just once, but can read it as much as you like….

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World Cup searches could infect your PC

If you're looking for information on the World Cup, it's perhaps best to stick to sites you know and trust, after research by security firm McAfee found many were infested with spyware and adware. To gather their statistics McAfee…

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Computer program predicts World Cup outcome

I did rather well picking the results of the last World Cup (helped by a large bet on Senegal beating France), but this year, things aren't going so well. Still, I was quietly confident on Argentina coming through for…

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FIFA and Yahoo! offer free World Cup highlights on the web

Good news for those of us potentially office-bound during the World Cup – Yahoo! and FIFA have announced that fans will have access to video highlights of games on FIFAworldcup.com – the first time World Cup highlights have officially…

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Dave WalkerFIFA and Yahoo! offer free World Cup highlights on the web

Office Football On Your PC

Apparently some sort of football tournament is about to happen and I'm not sure why decidedly non-sporty Propellerhead has been alerted to this new website, but just in case you've arrived here from our sister Word Cup site, or…

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Fanimal – the World Cup ranting sausage

I've seen some strange World Cup gadgets recently, but this one really takes the biscuit – or should that be sausage? It's a Peperami Fanimal – ranting, sausage-shaped match-time buddy, which can express your pain through the most agonising…

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BBC website says World Cup will be shown in HD

Here's an interesting one. HDTVUK reports that a feature on the Beeb's website says that that 'The BBC is among European broadcasters due to broadcast matches in HD standard for those with the suitable equipment to receive it.' It…

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