Posts Tagged ‘FIFA’

Apple has injected some World Cup media magic into its French and Croatian regional Apple.com websites ahead of FIFA World Cup 2018 final in Moscow, Russia.

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Here’s how to live stream FIFA World Cup 2018 matches on iOS running iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android and web the easy and right way.

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The FIFA World Cup 2018 is right around the corner and Apple is preparing to celebrate the biggest football event with additions to Siri, App Store, Podcasts, Apple TV, and even iBooks.

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Here’s how to add FIFA World Cup 2018 schedule in iCal or ICS form to your Calendar on iOS, Android or web the right way.

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The World Cup may have come to a close over the weekend after what has been, by all accounts, an epic tournament, but for football / soccer fans, it was only a precursor to the season upcoming. We’re approaching that time of the year when, for Europe and many other parts of the world, the games are about to commence, and on cue, the launch of the new FIFA title. Lionel Messi, Argentina’s talisman, may have just missed out on the sport’s most coveted prize, but he can take some solace in the fact that as well as scooping the official award for best player, he’s also the face of FIFA 15.

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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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Although celebrities, by and large, tend to endorse products at will for a check, it’s a bit of a running joke that despite their paid affiliations, famous individuals have something of an affinity to devices bearing Apple’s famous logo. The Cupertino’s recent acquisition of Beats Electronics may have made sense from a business point of view, but it’s no coincidence that many celebrities have been spotted wearing Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s iconic brand, and while football / soccer players can regularly be seen with a pair of Beats around their necks, FIFA’s deal with Sony will pay heed to this throughout the current World Cup.

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All respectable soccer fans will have heard of, and played many of the annual FIFA Football (soccer, futbol, or whatever you call it locally) releases over the past couple of decades, and now, the sport’s governing body has come through with an official news app. Dedicated to keeping fans in the loop regarding all of the goings on the world of football, it’s a free download for those on both iOS and Android, and you can catch all of the relevant details after the jump as well as the direct download links.

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FIFA 14 for iOS was released just last week, but unfortunately for avid soccer fans, it was restricted to those based in specific regions. Today, not only has the latest installment of the popular series taken its worldwide bow, but for the very first time, FIFA has made its long-awaited debut for Android over at the Google Play Store. Details, as as well as the download info, can be found after the break.

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It may still be a week until FIFA 14 gets its console release, but that doesn’t mean that those packing an iOS device can’t get their (proper) football on.

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When it comes to Football, or, for the sake of those in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and others, Soccer, Electronic Arts’ FIFA series has long since been seen as the authority. Pro Evolution continues to battle away, but when it comes to September-October time of the year, most true footy fans yearn for the latest FIFA. Although we’re just approaching Summer at this point, now’s the time of year when EA usually begins to whet the appetites of soccer fans worldwide, and right on cue, a gameplay trailer has been released of FIFA 14.

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