Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup now in Canadian App Store (Rogers subscribers only)
Rogers has released a free iPad app called Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup, allowing users on their network to watch:
Works over Rogers 3G (7.2 HSDPA) or Wi-Fi, and incredibly:
You need to be in Canada, and a Rogers subscriber (you need to be on the Rogers 3G network to authenticate) but if you are, try it out and let us know what you think.
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