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FIFA NEEDS TO CLEAN UP ACT

Steve Chisholm, 6 December

It's not often the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is held up as a paragon of virtue. But following widespread allegations of bribery to secure votes to host the Winter Olympics for Salt Lake City in 2002, the IOC cleaned-house. Following last week's World Cup vote in Zurich, FIFA needs to look at how its bidding process is viewed and ask whether this is an image which the guardians of the game should project to the rest of the world ...

OVI IS THE MOBILE FUTURE

Ged Carroll, 6 December

I was playing around with Nokia's new Ovi app wizard. It seems to be an ideal way to syndicate content to mobile devices. You need a website with an RSS feed. You can then give it your own colour scheme, imagery and application icon. Tell Nokia who the content belongs to, sell your application in the Ovi application marketplace, verify your email address, get a final proof and ship off to the Ovi gnomes in Lapland ...

FACEBOOK CHANGES FACE

Paul Armstrong, 5 December

Facebook has gotten its hair done again and is doing a pretty good job of saying what the changes are. There is a good blog post and help page but still nothing feels ... warm. So what's changed? Quite a bit looks-wise but that's not the only change. There's more going on behind-the-scenes - but basically Facebook has made the profile page a more visual affair with a higher focus on summarising information and promoting photos/interests ...

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