June 11, 2010 3 Comments
My guess is that the World Cup will be watched mostly online or via our smartphones this year. With games airing live on cell phones and computers, the World Cup will certainly get more online coverage than any major sporting event yet. Watching highlights the next day on TV or YouTube will suddenly seem like a downright ancient way to keep up with the action.
When the soccer tournament begins Friday, the Washingtonians can follow the action from an array of mobile and Web applications and share in triumph and heartbreak across social media. Here are ways to watch and monitor the World Cup this year: Read more of this post