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After the spinners bailed India out of the first ICC World Cup 2011 warm-up game against Australia, the Indian batsmen will be looking to put behind their bad batting display and get some runs on the board against New Zealand. Though Sehwag got an half century in the first game, it wasn’t as fluent as he would have wanted it to be.
The return of Sachin Tendulkar in the second practice match should bolster the Indian batting, but the middle order has to chip in. It is really important for at-least 2-3 batsmen to click. Pathan who had played a good knock against Australia is almost a certainty in the opener against Bangladesh and the pressure will be on Raina and Kohli to bat well.
Among the fast bowlers, Nehra, Sreeshant and Patel will have to bowl good as they weren’t given much of a bowl in the first match. The Indian team management will also be looking at the spinners performances to determine who makes the playing eleven in the opener against Dhaka.
The practice match between India and New Zealand will be a day night affair and will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
The ICC World Cup 2011 will be broadcast live on ESPN Star Sports and Star Cricket. However, you may also be able to catch up on live action from the tournament on ESPN3.com. If you need alternative ways to watch the ICC World Cup 2011 online, you can try out Crictime.com or Cricfire.com.
User channels for the live cricket matches are also available at sites like Ustream.tv and Justin.tv, you can search either of these sites to find live cricket streams uploaded by users.
We will add more links and videos to watch the ICC World Cup 2011 matches Live online here as soon as they become available.
The tablet from Motorola will be one of the many anticipated Android based tablet coming out this year, including Notion Ink and Galaxy Tab. This will make the tablet market more competitive and give users a wide range of choices.
Panasonic will be taking stage at the CES 2011 shortly, you can expect a lot of new televisions specially 3D TVs being unveiled there. Panasonic is also rumored to unveil some Star Wars related devices, could it be a 3D TV without glasses? Na, sounds too far fetched.
If you are a Panasonic fan, you should be catching up on their CES 2011 press conference starting at 3PM PST (check local timings). You can see a host of new devices being launched by Panasonic and feast your eyes on them.
Samsung will be taking stage at the CES shortly and we can expect some good surprises from them. Samsung is supposedly going to launch a new range of cameras, TVs and tablets among other things.
If you are a Samsung fan, you should be catching up on their CES press conference starting at 2PM PST (check local timings). You can see a host of new devices being launched by Samsung including 3D TVs and Tablets.
So you could not make it to CES 2011 this year? No problems, you can catch up all the CES 2011 action live online. However, what if you want to watch it on Television? Well, there’s a channel for that.
CBS Interactive and CNET, who are the official media partner of CES, will provide live coverage of all many CES 2011 events on the internet, CBS Television and CBS Radio stations.
In addition to that, CNET will also be streaming press conferences live, here is the list of Press Conference that will be streamed live by CNET.
Wednesday, Jan. 5 Press Conferences Streamed Live
10:00 AM INTEL
12:00 PM NVIDIA
2:00 PM Samsung
3:00 PM Panasonic
5:00 PM Sony
Thursday, Jan. 6 at 1:00 PM Verizon News Conference at CES 2011 Streamed Live
Thursday, Jan. 6 at 3:00 PM "The ‘Next Big Thing’ Super Session: After the Computer" (North Hall, Room N255-N257). With the era of the personal computer coming to an end, tablets, smart phones and connected home entertainment are poised to take consumers to the next level of innovation. CNET editors Molly Wood and Brian Cooley will be joined by industry thought leaders from CBS, HTC, Roku, Samsung and YouTubeâ„¢ to discuss the services and devices that will shape this shift. The second part of the discussion will include a panel of well-known tech journalists, including Engadget’s Joshua Topolsky, New York Times’ David Pogue and Wired.com’s Evan Hansen.
Friday, Jan. 7 at 10:00 AM "Best of CES" Finalists announcement at CNET Stage (South Hall 3 Lobby). The awards recognize the most buzz-worthy and innovative products at the show. Voting for People’s Voice award will remain open until 10 AM on Jan. 8. Votes can be submitted at cnet.com/pv.
Friday, Jan. 7 at 10:30 AM "How to Lighten the Energy Load from Electronics" (South Hall, Room S204-205). CNET senior editor Martin LaMonica will be joined by the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to discuss new approaches to lowering electricity use and managing home energy
Saturday, Jan. 8 at 11:00 AM "Best of CES" Winners announcement and awards presentation at CNET Stage (South Hall 3, Upper Level Lobby) and live Webcast at http://cnet.com/ces.
So rest assured, you can catch up all the CES 2011 action from the comfort of your couch, on your computer chair or while on the go. Have fun and stay tuned for our coverage of CES 2011 where we will help you catch up on product announcements and analysis.
The rumor of Facebook unveiling an email service is very ripe with them acquiring Fb.com recently. Nevertheless, unlike last time, we might really see Facebook email in reality tomorrow. Excited? Well, so are we and you can catch up the Facebook event live tomorrow and follow each and every details being unveiled before your eyes live online.
To watch the Facebook Conference tomorrow about the new email service/Project Titan head over to http://apps.facebook.com/facebooklive/. You will be able to watch the live video tomorrow starting at 10AM PST. Have fun.
With the web taking over our lives day after day, users now want better internet experiences. Take for instance online streaming of events especially sports. We have already told you about the online streaming of Commonwealth Games. Now it’s the turn of The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) which has revamped its official website, BCCI.tv. The new website supports live streaming of cricket matches that are played between India and other countries.
As of now, Internet users across India will be able to see all matches in the series against New Zealand online. However, there will be a five-minute delay between the live action and the streaming’ which is quite acceptable. Not only this, the website will also have a plethora of other useful features such as an online ball-by-ball commentary and scoresheets of domestic matches. The website is being maintained by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
Microsoft will be holding their annual developer conference PDC 2010 on October 28th and 29th. If you are an enthusiast or developer but could not make it to the event, you can attend it at a local Microsoft center or watch it online too.
PDC10 will be kicked off with a keynote from Steve Ballmer and Bob Muglia, followed by developer discussions on developing apps for Windows Phone 7 using the Azure platform and other Microsoft development platforms. You can view the entire schedule of PDC 2010 at http://player.microsoftpdc.com/ and also watch the live streaming videos there.
Microsoft will be unveiling the Windows Phone 7 tomorrow at their New York office. October has been a big month for Microsoft in the past with them launching the popular Windows 7 two years back, so will this date bring them luck with Windows Phone 7 too?
Microsoft is set to launch at-least 3-4 new phones on the AT&T network with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and AT&T Mobility CEO and President Ralph de la Vega set to address keynotes.
The event will kick off at 9:30AM EDT/6:30AM PST (Check your local timing here) with several new Windows Phone 7 devices being unveiled along with Microsoft showcasing new software for the Windows Phone 7.