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John Wisden, ‘The Little Wonder’ Gets A Google Doodle John Wisden, ‘The Little Wonder’ Gets A Google Doodle

Cricketer John Wisden is getting the Google Doodle treatment in the UK today, on what would be his 187th birthday. At 5’6″, Wisden was known as “The Little Wonder”. He was a member of three English cricket teams (Kent, Middlesex …

AT&T to Buy Leap Wireless For $1.2 Billion AT&T to Buy Leap Wireless For $1.2 Billion

AT&T this week announced that it intends to acquire Leap Wireless for $15 per share – nearly $1.2 billion. The deal will give AT&T ownership of Leap’s licenses, network, and stores. AT&T will also get over 5 million subscribers, edging …

J.Lo’s Demands Get Her Dropped From Cricket Gig J.Lo’s Demands Get Her Dropped From Cricket Gig
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Jennifer Lopez is a big draw for any event. So big, that she can demand the staff at events do just about anything to please her. Unfortunately, there comes a point at which demands become too big to fulfill. The …

Want An iPhone 5, But Don’t Like Contracts? Cricket’s Got Your Back Want An iPhone 5, But Don’t Like Contracts? Cricket’s Got Your Back
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Apple revealed the iPhone 5 yesterday alongside the carriers that would be providing consumers with the new phone. It was revealed that the usual suspects – AT&T, Verizon and Sprint – would be offering the 16GB base model for $199 …

YouTube To Experiment With Live Sports Coverage
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Sorry, American sports fans – there are no signs that YouTube’s working with the NBA, NHL, or MLB.  But reports indicate that YouTube will soon start streaming cricket matches, and even as this should interest a lot of other people in the world, it might also lead to other experiments.

Google: “Get Your Cricket Scores Here”

It’s quite rare that Google makes a post in its UK “Press Centre,” and today, the company once again failed to write something.  I’m especially disappointed, however, because an announcement about a cricket OneBox seemed so well-suited to the site.

Google’s Game-Related Shame Deepens

A few weeks ago, we were able to run the headline “Yahoo Better Than Google At Unimportant Games.”  Consider this a follow-up, only, to Mountain View’s dismay, you can substitute “Facebook” for “Yahoo” and leave everything else the same.

Yahoo Eats Up Attention From The Onion

It could be an act of misdirection – “here, watch the funny man while we fire you one by one!” – but things nonetheless took a lighthearted turn at Yahoo when Peter Koechley, Managing Editor of The Onion, came to visit.

Yahoo Better Than Google At Unimportant Games

This article has nothing to do with market share, revenue, or even brand recognition.  But in search-related news, Yahoo representatives beat Google in both slot car racing and cricket.

Cricket Integrates AOL Instant Messenger
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Staying in touch with friends and family just got even easier for Leap’s Cricket customers.