• Oculus Venues To Stream Four World Cup 2018 Matches

    4 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Oculus Venues is preparing to stream four World Cup 2018 matches in the near future. This means anyone in the U.S. who is a World Cup fan will be able to watch some of the games in virtual reality, and although it won't be every single match it'll be just enough to allow for the experience of watching a popular global event in a unique way. The matches begin to stream through Oculus Venues on June 17, starting with the match between Germany and Mexico at 8AM Pacific Standard Time.
    Following the Germany/Mexico match on the 17th, Portugal and Morocco will be streamed on June 20 at 5AM PST...
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  • Oculus Venues reveals World Cup VR plans

    Oculus Venues reveals World Cup VR plans

    4 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Oculus Venues is only a few weeks old but it's definitely sprinting out of the gate. Oculus Venues is a way to watch and “attend” live events using your VR headset, and Oculus is getting the ball rolling with perhaps the event to end all events: the World Cup. If you're trying to discover if there's an...
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  • 2018 World Cup: how to watch it online

    2018 World Cup: how to watch it online

    4 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Are you ready for some football? No, it's not time for the Super Bowl. It's the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the biggest football tournament in the world. This year's tournament kicks off today in Russia. Matches will run over the course of the next month, leading up to the finals on July 15th.
    Since the matches are taking place in Russia, the games will likely air in the morning or midday if you live in the US. So that means you'll probably want a way to keep up with the matches when you're away from your TV. You can check out the full schedule here to see when your favorite teams are playing. (...
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  • World Cup 2018: How to Secure Your Devices When Traveling in Russia

    4 monthes ago - By Wired

    Russia expects as many as 2 million visitors during the 2018 World Cup, most of whom should take extra precautions against the country's many cyber risks.
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  • Russia spent billions on the most expensive World Cup ever - take a tour of the stunning stadiums

    Russia spent billions on the most expensive World Cup ever - take a tour of the stunning stadiums

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The 2018 World Cup has officially kicked off. Soccer teams from Saudi Arabia and Russia - the tournament's host country - play the first match Thursday morning.
    In preparation for the games, Russia has devoted more than $2.8 billion toward building and updating 12 massive stadiums across 11 cities. The arenas pay tribute to traditional Russian architecture - characterized by sculptural fixtures - while also nodding to Putin-era building design , which have sharp angles and flamboyant patterns.
    Take a tour below: In addition to the $2.8 billion on the 2018 World Cup Stadiums, Russia spent...
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  • World Cup 2018: When it starts, how to watch and more - CNET

    4 monthes ago - By CNET

    Don't miss any of the action when the 2018 FIFA World Cup gets underway in Russia this summer.
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  • How To Watch The 2018 FIFA World Cup Using A VPN

    5 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup is now under way in Russia, and it'll last for a little over a month, culminating with the World Cup Final on July 15. The World Cup happens every four years, and always garners the attention from people around the world to watch the games. But with the World Cup happening in Russia, it might be difficult to watch the games while in another country, like the US. But you can do so, by using a VPN. Let's take a minute to explain how that works.
    A VPN, for those that don't know, allow you to connect to a server in another country and essentially be able to watch...
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