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

Broadband, Mobile phones, World Cup gadgets

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
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