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BBC to launch applications for BlackBerry, Android and iPhone

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The BBC has announced that it will be producing two new applications – one for its News division and another for its Sport website – for the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry platforms in a bid to rival other news organisations that offer similar applications. According to Neowin, the News and Sports apps will be released in April and June respectively; and both applications will heavily use rich content, like video […]

Liquid Image brings out new camera-equipped goggles

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Just before CES gets underway, Liquid Image has announced new camera-equipped swimming goggles, scuba masks and ski masks – all promising to be easy to operate. The swimming goggles, called the Freestyle Series Swim Camera Goggle will have 4GB of internal storage and features an LED flashlight and a 1.3MP camera that can record VGA video. The ski masks, called the Summit Series Snow Camera Goggle (featured above), will also […]

Optus chosen to broadcast Australian Open

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Optus has picked up the mobile rights to broadcast the games after signing a deal with the Seven Network, the ones who own the free-to-air rights, to stream their coverage to some Optus customers; bringing back some exclusivity to the content on its mobile site, Optus Zoo. While 3G customers can get it for free, pre-paid customers will be charged a 22c flagfall for every session they access it. However, […]

Technology in sports

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This Article is being written whilst i am watching the game of Manchester United vs Liverpool, which by my opinion has had some of the worst umpireing i have ever seen and personally, i’m appalled by this. Which sparks the debate of should technjology be used in Sporting competition. In this debate some things need to be made clear, technology of course one day will be implemented in sports, this […]