This year’s World Cup in South Africa is going to bring an unprecedented number of fanatical football (or soccer) fans to their TVs, PCs and mobile phones. With over 5,760 minutes of soccer to be played in 9 cities, 10 stadiums. “Yahoo!’s brand-new mobile World Cup site keeps you connected to all the action for most comprehensive World Cup mobile experiences — including up-to-minute scores, schedules, standings, news, player profiles, and more. Mobile site launched in 40 markets covering 13 languages, and is optimized for more than 4,500 different types of mobile devices.
Also optimizing Yahoo! Search for mobile for World Cup let you see quick results for matchups, standings, and countries as well as latest scores, news, and analysis. When the games go live in June, we’ll introduce World Cup module on mobile homepage, providing at-a-glance scores and matchups,” writes Yahoo!.
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