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Telco offers chance to catch World Cup on 3G phones

Owners of 3G cellphones can enjoy video-streaming content from the 2006 Fifa World Cup tournament in Germany next year with the latest Maxis 2006 Fifa World Cup package.

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Philips introduces seamless music system

IMAGINE having 750 CDs stored in a single system that you can access at the touch of a button, then have your favourite song follow you as you move from room to room. It#039;s the music lover#039;s ultimate dream and, thanks to Philips, that fantasy can be realised with Streamium Wireless Music Centre.

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World Cup boost for new high-tech TV uptake

HIGH-DEFINITION television (HDTV), which offers five times better picture resolution than standard definition and arguably the most important development in TV technology in years, took the spotlight at the 2005 Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin, Germany.

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Philip's Simple, easy to use technology

IF Royal Philips Electronics' latest digital consumer electronics and technology developments showcased at the recently concluded International Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin, Germany, are anything to go by, the Dutch electronics giant is well on its way to fulfilling the promise it made a year ago with the launch of its I>Sense and Simplicity/Icampaign.

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World Cup draw to be a huge event

The final group draw for the 2006 World Cup, to be made in Leipzig on Dec 9, is expected to pull in a record 300 million viewers worldwide according to the German organising committee (OK).

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FIFA promise crackdown on pitch invasion

FIFA promised a crackdown on pitch invaders ahead of next year's World Cup after four separate incidents of the kind at this month's Confederations Cup.

Lifestyle

Soccer mania

SOCCER fans will be glued to their TV sets as Astro SuperSport will be bringing a comprehensive coverage of the FIFA Confederations Cup Germany 2005 beginning today, culminating in the finals on June 30.

Lifestyle

All about sports on SportsCenter

ESPN's I>SportsCenter/Iis currently Asia's most popular sports news programme. ZACK YUSOF finds out what makes the show tick.

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First quarter advertising expenditure goes up by 5%

MONITORED advertising expenditure in Malaysia grew 5% in the first quarter of this year compared with a year ago, ZenithOptimedia Malaysia chief executive officer Gerald Miranda said.

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Gathering of coaches yet another move to up Asian football

Asian football is on its way up with the many positive signs shown since the overwhelming success in the FIFA World Cup Finals hosted by South Korea and Japan in 2002.