FIFA World Cup Helps Facebook, Twitter, Google Score
By SiliconIndia | Monday, 23 June 2014, 11:57 Hrs
BANGALORE: In this social media addicted world, people resorts to this virtual media for almost everything from chatting to sharing ups and down to even deploying it as one of the essential tool in election campaigning. And, during this World Cup season too, netizens across the world takes on social media like Facebook and Twitter to post about the game related updates.
At the same time, Twitter, Facebook and Google have also geared up to give people all the information and highlights from the World Cup as it happens, in real time. So, let us have a look at how these virtual media are trending in this World Cup season, reports IndiaTV news.
Google: Search-engine giant, Google has come up with "Oneboxes for World Cup" to updates the live results, schedules, game and team stats and lineups. While search for "world cup", or anything related to it, one is likely to get a card bearing with the latest results. And also can see the live results as Google Now cards, on Android and iOS, as well as things like match line-ups. With the updated knowledge base of Google, the search related information has been expanded where soccer fans gets information about the matches as they happen, and listing upcoming matches. Not just this, if you don’t want to miss any matches, you can also make use of things like Google Calendar to set up a series of reminders to watch specific matches.
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