Budweiser Man of the Match App Launching for IOS and Android

Greg Collins Android apps, Apple, iPad, iPad apps, iPhone, iPhone apps, Mobile phones, Sport, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

For any football fans out there you will know that Budweiser is the new sponsor for this year's FA Cup competition. As part of their co-operation with the tournament an app is being release for all fans called Budweiser…

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HD Winter Olympics headed to Freesat

Gerald Lynch HDTV, Satellite TV, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

As if you weren't already sick of snow as it is, Freesat have today confirmed that you'll be able to watch all the coverage from this years 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics in high-definition, at no extra charge. The HD coverage…

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Setanta Replay coming to Virgin Media: football on demand

Andy Merrett Broadband, Online TV Leave a Comment

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In the ongoing battle of cable and telco providers against each other and the big, bad Sky, Virgin Media has announced that it’s done a deal with Setanta to bring Setanta Replay to its cable TV customers.

In basic terms, this means that a range of football, including Premier League, FA Cup, England home friendlies and World Cup qualifiers will be available to watch not-quite-live – up to seven days after the game, in fact.

XL customers will get the package free, while M or L subscribers must stump up seven quid a month. If golf, racing and Scottish football is more your bag, you can catch live action via a Setanta Sports package…

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One day, robots will play in the FA Cup final…

Stuart Dredge Robots, Top stories

soccermidsize.jpgThere’s only two days to go until the FA Cup final, and an eager nation is waiting to indulge in a mass bout of schadenfreude if Chelsea lose and end the season with just the Carling Cup to show for their roubles. So far, Roman Abramovich has concentrated on splashing his cash on flesh-and-blood footballers…

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