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 were.

But did the technology live up to the hype? According to a report at The Register, "self-appointed mobile TV referee David Frodsham" of Argogroup wasn’t convinced. He used his Monitor Master system to compare clips from T-Mobile, 3 and the BBC over ADSL, scoring the quality of images received.

Who came out on top? Read the full story over on The Register.

Dave Walker