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  • Meet the Australian cricket team's secret selector

    ​There’s a new coach on the Australian cricket team's staff roster. This trainer is already proving hugely influential in deciding which players get picked and is one of high-performance chief Pat Howard’s most trusted advisers.​

    Written by George Nott11 Jan. 17 15:24
  • Some sharks have become social media stars

    When news of a shark attack on professional surfer Mick Fanning reached Costa Rica and 9-year-old Ella Strickland Sunday, she grabbed her mother's smartphone to see if the great white was one of the sharks she knows.

    Written by Lucas Mearian21 July 15 20:51
  • How sensor data analysis keeps cricketers in top shape

    Professional athletes are turning to sensor data analysis to bridge gaps in their performance and improve their game. This is what biomechanics expert Dr Edouard Rene Ferdinands from the University of Sydney is working on with cricketers.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett20 March 15 16:43
  • Cricket Australia sends cloud service provider into bat

    Cricket Australia has signed a multi-million dollar contract with Orange Business Services in order to transform its server infrastructure and protect confidential information from external threats.

    Written by Hamish Barwick30 Oct. 12 14:02
  • Huawei gear is secure, say U.S. network service providers

    Responding to a congressional report warning U.S. businesses not to buy equipment from Huawei or ZTE, three U.S. Internet and telecommunications service providers said their networks are safe even though they use some equipment from Huawei.

    Written by Stephen Lawson22 Oct. 12 10:12
  • ZTE launches first smartphone in the US through Cricket

    Mobile carrier Cricket announced on Thursday it will start selling the ZTE Score, the first smartphone from Chinese telecommunications equipment supplier ZTE to launch in the U.S.

    Written by Michael Kan23 Sept. 11 16:00
  • Cricket launching no-contract $149 Android phone

    Cricket, a U.S. mobile operator that uses pay-in-advance monthly plans, will sell the Android-based Ascend smartphone for $US149 without a contract when it hits stores in the next two weeks.

    Written by Stephen Lawson06 Oct. 10 10:22
  • Google to stream IPL cricket on YouTube

    Google has announced a deal with the Indian Premier League (IPL) to offer live cricket on YouTube and on-demand access to the tournament's 60 matches.

    Written by Christina Zhou21 Jan. 10 13:46
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