So, the group stages of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil is coming to an end, and England, Spain, Italy, and Japan are already packing their bags. 15 consecutive late nights and 48 matches later, what are you going to do this Friday and Saturday (June 27 and 28) - you know, the break before the Brazil and Chile clash in the first of the round of 16 matches on June 29, 12:00 AM?
We say, why not come to HardwareZone and read some tech articles? You can read about how difficult it is to do 4K broadcasting; find out how to use Google Maps to explore all the 12 World Cup stadiums from the comfort of your couch; or download some apps to keep track of matches you aren't watching but would like to know the results. For matches that are boring, this Viber sticker pack will come in handy too.
May the best team win!
World Cup News & Articles
FEATURE / 25 Jun 2014 / By Joy Hou
The most celebrated men's football tournament has commenced, and ever since, it has undoubtedly been the most popular topic around. Here are a few crucial mobile apps we've scoured, so you can pacify your World Cup appetite.
FEATURE / 19 Jun 2014 / By Marcus Wong & Janelle Li
Sportscasting was the focus of this year's Broadcast Asia, as a number of partners were on hand to showcase their latest products and also to talk about how 4K is already very much a possibility with existing technologies - evidenced by trials that have been run over the last year.
NEWS / 16 Jun 2014 / By Joy Hou
Viber is introducing a sticker pack for football fans, localizing one of its sticker packs for each country participating in the World Cup with their flag and own language.
NEWS / 10 Jun 2014 / By Joy Hou
Soccer fans now have something to cheer about as their 2014 FIFA World Cup experience is about to get upgraded, thanks to Google Maps, Google Now, and the trusty Google Search. Details inside.
NEWS / 13 Mar 2014 / By Joy Hou
SingTel has clinched an exclusive deal with Fifa, to bring the 2014 FIFA World Cup to all television and mobile screens in Singapore. Under the MDA's cross-carriage regulation, SingTel has to distribute the content with StarHub, like how it has been sharing its BPL (Barclays Premier League) content.