BlackBerry services down in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina, won’t be back up until tomorrow

Just when things were getting better for RIM, their luck runs out. BlackBerry services are down again for some users in EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), India, Brazil, Chile and Argentina and don’t look like coming back up for at least another few hours. RIM issued the following statement: Media statement – October 11 Some … Continue reading “BlackBerry services down in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina, won’t be back up until tomorrow”

Brazil sack Dunga, look for more flair

This move really comes as no surprise. Ever since Brazil landed in South Africa to participate in the FIFA World Cup 2010, there was always criticism surrounding the playing style of this Brazilian team. And now, the Brazilian Football Federation have confirmed Dunga has been dismissed following the country’s elimination from the World Cup. Dunga had … Continue reading “Brazil sack Dunga, look for more flair”

FIFA World Cup 2010: Netherlands 2-1 Brazil (Full Highlights)

What a first quarter-final we’ve had. The no.1 ranked team in the world as per FIFA rankings, Brazil were eliminated from the World Cup by a resilient Dutch side which came back from a goal down to beat the 5 time champions 2-1, who were later reduced to 10 men. Brazil opened the scoring early … Continue reading “FIFA World Cup 2010: Netherlands 2-1 Brazil (Full Highlights)”

Ivory Coast snap up Sven Goran Eriksson

Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson was last night appointed to lead the Ivory Coast at this summer’s World Cup in South Africa. The veteran Swede was last seen as director of football at Notts County, the position which he left in February,but he still has recent international experience having been boss of Mexico until being sacked … Continue reading “Ivory Coast snap up Sven Goran Eriksson”