Hyundai came up with this annoying idea to sponsor the World Cup with a 144-foot long vuvuzela.
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The 2010 World Cup is shaping up to be a major Internet milestone event, with billions of fans relying on the Internet for live and on-demand games, news, scores, and highlights of the most watched sporting event in the world. Whether it’s watching live streams of the game in HD video or the ability to share stories, photos, and memories at an unprecedented global scale, fans will experience the World Cup like never before.
This tool monitors real time traffic to the global broadcasters delivering traffic over Akamai’s network.
Thanks for the tip @pieter557
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After part 1: FIFA World Cup 2010 with Bing and Google, it’s time for another very useful piece of Silverlight!
Bing presents you the World Cup Teams with Visual Search!
After clicking on a country:
Nice! Bing is really into the World Cup 🙂
See also: FIFA World Cup 2010 with Bing and Google
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We all know the FIFA World Cup 2010 is about to start in South Africa. Just 2 more days and a few hours left.
Let’s take a look:
Groups and mini schedule on one page:
Customized paging logo:
Schedule and news (links to Fixtures, Results, Group standings, History)
Standings and the groups:
Only a schedule with links (depends on the search term):
The schedule for today (nothing today, so upcoming games are visible):
Quick access to the FIFA site via Bing:
Share FIFA news via Facebook, Twitter or Email:
P.S.1: Tnx for the tip @JelleBeuselinck
P.S.2: If you live in a country where Bing is still in beta, it is possible that you don’t have these results. Change your language (right upper corner) to United States instead or use this link.