What’s interesting is that technology is spurring on many of the changes we’re seeing in sports today, writes Mehul Kapadia of Tata Communications.
U Mobile has partnered with Football Malaysia LLP to be the official co-sponsor of the ‘Superbest Power Piala FA’ and ‘Liga Premier Malaysia’ for three years.
Wellington-based CricHQ Ltd said it has secured up to US$10 million of funding from Singapore-based private equity firm Tembusu Partners Pte Ltd.
After several years spent on trials and designs, SportBoleh Sdn Bhd, a startup specialising in high-performance sports products, is ready to take its maiden and flagship product Lila Exogen to the global market.
The Incheon Asian Games Organising Committee (IAGOC) has officially announced the eight Samsung MVP (Most Valuable Player) Award nominees during a Samsung MVP Award Steering Committee briefing, including the world’s No 1 squash player Nicol Ann David from Malaysia and sepak takraw player Peachan Suriyan from Thailand.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said it has been appointed the Official IT Consultancy partner of the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon (SCMS) 2014.
Sharat Sinha of Palo Alto Networks comes up with a set of best practices for securing your network during the surge of interest in World Cup games over the next few weeks.
With the time difference between Malaysia and Brazil, it is predicted that local football fans will download the games during office hours. Malaysian businesses should get ready to manage this foreseeable spike in Internet traffic, writes Ivan Wen of Blue Coat Malaysia.
UK-headquartered Perform Group’s Goal.com stable of football digital properties has seen a massive increase in traffic from mobile devices, while two apps it launched last year have become hits on app stores worldwide.
New crowd-funding platform FundMySport aims to connect professional and aspiring athletes directly with supporters, with current focus on building portfolio of athletes and raising awareness amongst wider public.