Mobile recycling could allow sports fans to follow the action
12 February 2010 — 3:37 PM
Sports fans may wish to consider mobile recycling as an option in order to receive money to put towards a new handset with internet access.
The Olympic Winter Games commences in Vancouver today (February 12th) and Google has suggested that fans across the world will find it easy to keep up with the action - wherever they are - using the search engine.
"No matter who your favourite athlete is, you can keep up with the latest news on your phone," suggests the website.
It states that those with internet on their mobile handset can search for their favourite sport and be provided with the latest info about game results, medal count, schedules and more located above the search results.
Leigh Geary, from CoolSmartPhone.com, recently suggested that users of smartphones expect their handset to be online all the time in order to access features such as social networking sites, email and YouTube.
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