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Huawei announce official Arsenal FC phone

No longer is it good enough to buy the season ticket, watch the matches and shout together on public transport when travelling in packs of men - real football fans now must own the official phone of their club. Huawei has announced the Ascend P7 Arsenal Edition, a "limited edition" 64GB variant of its flagship…

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James O'MalleyHuawei announce official Arsenal FC phone

Hot stuff – First Powercase for Samsung Galaxy S3, 10 photo apps, Valentine's Day disasters

Top stories from Tech Digest and our pals The Clash's incredible 1979 New York shows and the story behind that pic The best Valentine's Day disasters – punch ups, murder and Spaghetti attacks The mobile phone that costs £7,000 -…

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Ashley NorrisHot stuff – First Powercase for Samsung Galaxy S3, 10 photo apps, Valentine's Day disasters

Twitter response leads to football's first "Twansfer" at Yeovil Town

Twitter has scored another first today, after Yeovil Town football clubs manager Terry Skiverton has said that his latest transfer is all thanks to the social networking sensation. Hailed as the first "twansfer" as Twitter was so instrumental in the…

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Gerald LynchTwitter response leads to football's first "Twansfer" at Yeovil Town

Live action replays at Arsenal FC on your PSP – another three points for the prawn sandwich brigade

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Fans in the Emirates Stadium could soon able to watch a live stream of football games played at Arsenal on their PSPs should they wish to do so.

The plan is to provide replays and statistics of events on the pitch within 18 months…

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Daniel SungLive action replays at Arsenal FC on your PSP – another three points for the prawn sandwich brigade

Opinion: Manchester United's move into mobile gaming is a winner

ManUGame.jpgManchester United has signed a deal to produce six mobile phone games based on the megabucks club – and it’s got to be a good forward-thinking move for a side with such a wide-ranging reach.

Teaming up with an Indian firm called Jump Games, the £3 titles will be a mixture of puzzles and ball skill-style efforts with the first out in April as a brain-busting word quiz.

It’ll use phrases associated with Man U, presumably the likes of trophies, pizza and karate kicks, that players will have to find on grids. It sounds the right kind of thing for a portable game and the association with the Premier League champions is sure to see it sell well…

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Jonathan WeinbergOpinion: Manchester United's move into mobile gaming is a winner

Opinion: Real-life Fantasy Football – it's what the Internet was made for

Jon_smal.gifWe’ve all played Football Manager or Championship Manager and wished we could actually be doing it for real. After all, every fan knows better how to get results than the manager, players and those with the millions of pounds to fund the whole thing, don’t they?

Well, an Internet experiment could now reveal whether that really is the case. We’ve written before about website MyFootballClub, set up to give supporters the chance to own their own club. Each put in £35 and £700,000 was raised to buy an FC somewhere in the UK…

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Jonathan WeinbergOpinion: Real-life Fantasy Football – it's what the Internet was made for