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Fantasy Soccer helps you get over your World Cup withdrawal

With the World Cup officially over and Europe’s domestic league seasons still a month away, football fans (and the newly-converted fans too) are experiencing a bit of football withdrawal. Good thing you still have mobile games and apps to tide you over until then and help you get over this “separation anxiety” from anything football-related. Yahoo Sports is offering up Fantasy Soccer, to give you the chance to manage the best football team in the world.

Adidas miCoach FIT SMART goes back to simple but smart

Just because smartwatches are on the rise doesn't mean smart fitness bands, which have long been in the wearable market first, are out of fashion. As if to prove that point, Adidas has just unveiled its second generation miCoach wearable device, the FIT SMART, which won't require a degree in computer science to operate.

Pebble, Google get into more World Cup action

The group stages of the World Cup are all but over but the footballing action is just heating up as the knockout stage promises to bring even more drama, surprises and yes, even controversy. Brands are all over themselves to get in on all the fun and to provide their customers with the most creative ways to follow the happenings in Brazil. Pebble and Google are just two of those who have updated their features to satisfy users’ World Cup fix.

Kick With Chrome lets you be a soccer star on your browser

With the whole world still in the midst of World Cup fever, every child (and some adults too, for sure) is now dreaming of becoming the next football superstar for their country. But if you’re sitting in front of the computer, you can still take the first step towards that with the newest Chrome Experiment called Kick With Chrome.

Okay Google: Take me to the World Cup

In about a few hours, the whole football world is going to get crazy as the World Cup 2014 kicks-off in Brazil. With all the apps and social media sites doing their best to get “World Cup-ified”, Google is getting in on the action, giving users various ways to keep updated with the world’s biggest football event, from the comfort of their own screens.

Best Android apps for your World Cup experience

The World Cup is probably one of the world’s biggest sporting event and anticipation is at an all-time high as it is hours away from kicking off. Happening only once every four years, the 2014 edition promises to be the most social media crazy one so far. We want to share with you what are the most popular and useful ones based on Google Play Store downloads.

Nike claims FuelBand still alive despite massive layoffs

If you've been waiting for that auspicious day when Nike would announce Android support for its Nike+ FuelBand line, it might be best not to hold your breath anymore. The sports company has been reported to have let go as much as 80 percent of its workforce that is assigned to developing the wearable device.

FIFA official app arrives on Android

The football world, more popularly known as soccer in the US, is just about to start on its half-year journey towards the 2014 World Cup. And to help fans all over the world keep updated with who's in and who's out, the International Federation of Association Football or FIFA is making available its very own app for Android.
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