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NTT DOCOMO to supply services for 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan
NTT DOCOMO is delighted to be partnering with one of the world's most popular sporting events.
Spark buys 2019 Rugby World Cup broadcast rights, should you worry?
Spark announced that it has secured the rights to bring to New Zealanders the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Voting open for favourite Rugby World Cup moments
Rugby World Cup fans are going to be able to vote on a new category at the World Rugby Awards, via a hash tag on Facebook.
The Rugby World Cup 2015 video game is a stinker
Rugby World Cup 2015 is by far the worst video game released in 2015. Avoid it at all costs if you can.
New Zealand's already winning the RWC... at least on social media
“New Zealanders have generated the highest volume of social media buzz of any country with a competing team, along with the most positive commentary."
Five things Gartner has learned about Digital Business from the World Cup...
What a small world it has become….
Tech on the ball as World Cup reaches billions of connected devices
"With the likes of tablets providing the convenience and flexibility to consume content whenever and wherever, fans are able to watch more of the tournament than ever before."
Football-mad Kiwis to join World Cup conversation on Facebook
Millions of football fans from around the world will join the conversation about the 2014 World Cup on Facebook.
NZ National Library collects millionth digital pic
Rugby World Cup victory parade image becomes the milestone addition to the National Library’s collection of digital heritage material.
Microsoft NZ announces winner of RWC comp
Several cup nations represented in lucky Wellingtonian’s ‘First XV’.