Posts Tagged ‘FIFA World Cup 2014’

We cannot, it seems, help but get carried away by voice assistants, and even though Microsoft joined the party extremely late with the introduction of Cortana earlier this year, the amount of hype it has generated for the software giant will certainly do Windows Phone’s cause no harm whatsoever. Having already been compared a dozen times to Google Now and Apple’s Siri, Cortana has had the benefit of watching and learning from both, but while the Halo-based voice assistant has clearly borrowed from its two longer-serving rivals in many departments, Siri is now looking to Cortana for inspiration.

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Brazil and Croatia kicked off this summer’s World Cup with what can only be described as a controversial 90 minutes of action, but with three matches scheduled for today and more to follow, football’s most celebrated tournament is about to get into full swing. To mark the occasion, ESPN has teamed up with Google to provide official match highlights as search results, so if you miss anything, just Google it!

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup is well and truly happening in Brazil, and if you want to ensure you don’t miss a second of the 64 total matches being held over the next few weeks, then we’re going to show you how you can tune in via your browser, smartphone, tablet, set-top box or console.

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Every year, EA Sports rolls out the new FIFA Football (Soccer) title like clockwork, and when it comes to World Cup season, we’re usually treated to a special release to accompany the sport’s most coveted event. Every World Cup gets its own official FIFA title, but although this trend will continue for the summer’s show piece in Brazil, FIFA World Cup 2014 Brazil will not be heading to either the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4.

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