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Where can I watch the Spanish Soccer League, on TV or via Streaming?
Where can I watch the Spanish Soccer League, on TV or via Streaming?
24/05/2022

This new season of LaLiga Santander will be again, at least for the time being, a competition marked by restrictions on access to stadiums and that is why more than ever, watching LaLiga on television will become the main option for many fans to follow soccer from home.  If you are one of those who do not want to miss the LaLiga Santander matches live, then find out here where to watch the Spanish League on TV or via Streaming. How to watch LaLiga on TV? Once again this season, Gol TV repeats as free-to-air soccer and sports channel on DTT. This channel offers one free match per day, which can be watched by tuning in to the channel on television or through Gol's website. You can access this channel completely for free and although the teams that play each day's match always vary, there are no matches involving FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, or teams playing in European competitions. How to watch soccer on Movistar+? So if this deal doesn't suit our needs and what we are looking for is a channel where we can watch all the LaLiga matches (or almost all of them), Movistar+ offers 9 of the 10 matches of each day, always one involving Real Madrid or Barcelona. In order to watch LaLiga Santander matches live on Movistar+ we must be subscribed to a Movistar package containing "Movistar LaLiga": Fusión Selección with LaLiga, Fusión Selección Plus with Fútbol and Fusión Total Plus. Watching soccer on Movistar+ offers practical functionalities such as being able to activate the channel on any of our devices or use the live control to replay any play whenever we choose, return to the beginning of the match or return to the live broadcast whenever we want. What can I watch on Orange TV? Another network that offers LaLiga on television is Orange TV, which after reaching an agreement with Telefónica, owner in Spain of the television broadcasting rights of the main soccer competitions, invites its customers to enjoy every week of soccer, the 10 matches that are played every day, including all Real Madrid and FC Barcelona matches in 4K resolution. In this case, to watch LaLiga on Orange TV we must be subscribed to one of the three Orange packages that include soccer: Love Total, Love Total Plus, or Love Total Plus 4. How to watch LaLiga via streaming? If due to location, mobility, or any other reason we prefer to watch LaLiga via streaming instead of on TV, we also have several options at our disposal. As we said before, Movistar+ offers the possibility of watching soccer on your devices, wherever and whenever you want, even from abroad. To access the service, you only need to have a Fusión package that includes soccer, activate your user, and access Movistar+ with your passwords on any of the compatible devices connected to the Internet (former Yomvi service). Thus, as long as we are subscribed to a package that includes the match, we will be able to watch it on all our devices, including the Smart TV. And if we are away from home we will be able to do it on smartphones, computers, and tablets. Where to watch the Spanish League from the United States and Canada? All LaLiga matches in the United States are broadcast live on ESPN+, the subscription-based sports platform owned by Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International, which offers live streaming coverage and on-demand replays of LaLiga Santander matches. ESPN+ has broadcast rights to the Spanish league for eight seasons in the United States and also in Canada, where it offers full coverage of LaLiga matches to Canadian viewers through TSN.ca, RDS.ca, and the TSN and RDS apps. In addition, watching the Spanish Premier League in Latin America is possible through ESPN 2 in most countries and through some platforms such as Fox Sports Web or Now Net and Claro in Brazil. Browse the Internet safely and securely

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Where to watch the Champions League on TV or Streaming?
Where to watch the Champions League on TV or Streaming?
24/05/2022

Find out where you can watch the Champions League so as not to miss a minute of this excellent competition that this year again promises good soccer and maximum excitement. When does the Champions League 2021/2022 start? The UEFA Champions League Group Stage starts in mid-September. The first match day will be played on Tuesday, September 14, and will feature Sevilla, who will face RB Salzburg in the Andalusian capital; Villarreal, who will play at home against Atalanta; and FC Barcelona, who will face Bayern Munich, also at home. The following day, on September 15, the 2021/2022 Champions League will kick off for Atlético de Madrid, who will play against Porto at the Wanda Metropolitano, and also for Real Madrid, who will play their first match against Inter, in Milan. This first Group Stage will have six matchdays in which the 32 teams participating in this edition of the Champions League will face each other in home and away matches that you will be able to follow both on television and streaming. Group stage September 14/15, 2021: first matchday September 28/29, 2021: second matchday October 19/20, 2021: third matchday 2/3 November 2021: fourth matchday November 23/24, 2021: fifth matchday December 7/8, 2021: sixth matchday Once the six matchdays of the group stage have been completed, the competition will continue with the knockout phase, which will determine the two teams that will play in the UEFA Champions League final. Knockout Phase Round of 16: February 15/16/22/23 and March 8/9/15/16/16, 2022 Quarter-finals: 5/6 and 12/13 April 2022 Semifinals: May 26/27 and 3/4, 2022 Where to watch the Champions League on TV? As with LaLiga Santander and Liga SmartBank, Movistar has exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League in Spain until 2024. However, following an agreement with Orange, Movistar has decided to share the rights with this operator, so that in Spain this season the Champions League can be watched on TV on Movistar and Orange TV. In both cases, the broadcasting of the UEFA Champions League group stage matches as well as those of the knockout phase and the Final will be included. How to watch the Champions League on Orange TV? Although Orange does not have direct rights to the Champions League in Spain, its agreement with Movistar allows its customers to watch live Champions League matches on Orange TV. These broadcasts are exclusively for the operator's customers who have the Orange Love Total package, which includes the UEFA Champions League, Liga Santander, and Liga SmartBank matches, in addition to the UEFA Champions League. How to watch the Champions League on Movistar? To watch the Champions League on Movistar we must be customers of this operator and have contracted the Fusión Selección Champions or Fusión Selección Plus con Fútbol package, which also includes the Liga Santander and Liga SmartBank matches. If our package is Fusión Selección con LaLiga, we will only have access to the Spanish football competition and we will not be able to watch the Champions League matches. The Movistar channel on which the Champions League can be watched is called " Movistar Liga de Campeones". "Movistar Liga de Campeones" is an exclusive TV channel for watching soccer and in addition to the UEFA Champions League, it also provides coverage of the Europa League.The schedules of all broadcasts can be consulted in the Sports section of the Movistar+ menu, for ADSL and Fiber TV customers. Where can I watch the Champions League live on the Internet? Both Movistar and Orange complete their Champions League soccer offer on TV through their online platforms. In both cases, to enjoy soccer on our mobile devices or computer, we must be subscribed to a package that includes the UEFA Champions League (in Movistar, Fusión Selección Champions or Fusión Selección Plus con Fútbol, and in Orange TV, Love Total). If you are a Movistar customer and have one of these packages, you must activate Movistar+ on your devices (formerly Yomvi) and you will have access to watch the Champions League online matches on Movistar as well as other online content and series, at no additional cost from anywhere and on any device. All broadcast schedules can be consulted in the Sports section of the Movistar+ menu on any device. To watch the Champions League online on Orange, you must log in to the Orange TV website to identify yourself as a Love Total member.  Once we have logged in, we will be able to watch live matches of the UEFA Champions League, LaLiga Santander, LaLiga SmartBank, and also watch matches that have already taken place. Where can I watch the Champions League from outside Spain? If you are a Movistar or Orange customer, the best option to watch the Champions League from abroad is through Movistar+ on your devices or the online platform of Orange TV. If you have problems viewing the matches due to a geographical block, the best option, in this case, is to connect to a VPN with a Spanish IP beforehand. If your Internet access provider does not offer this service, here are the best VPN offers to surf safely (both from home and when traveling). In addition, and depending on the country you are in, various television stations and operators have the broadcasting rights to the UEFA Champions League: Europe Albania: Tring, RTSH Armenia: Vivaro Austria: ServusTV, Sky Austria  Azerbaijan: CBC Sport, Saran Belarus: UEFA.tv Belgium: Proximus, RTL, VTM Bosnia and Herzegovina: Arena Sport Bulgaria: A1, bTV Croatia: HRT, Arena Sport Cyprus: CYTA Czech Republic: Nova, Voyo Denmark: NENT Group Estonia: Viaplay Finland: MTV France: Canal+, BeIN Georgia: Adjara, Silknet Germany, DAZN Greece: MEGA, COSMOTE TV Hungary: Sport1, MTVA Iceland: Viaplay, Syn Republic of Ireland: Livescore, Virgin Media, RTE Israel: The Sports Channel  Italy: Amazon, Mediaset, Sky Italia Kazakhstan: QazSport, Q Sport League, Saran Kosovo: Arena Sport, Artmotion Kyrgyzstan: Saran, Q Sport Latvia: Viaplay Lithuania: Viaplay Luxembourg: RTL, Proximus Malta: Melita, PBS Moldova: Setanta, Prime Montenegro: Arena Sport Netherlands: RTL, Ziggo Sport North Macedonia: Makedonski Telekom, Arena Sport, MTV Norway: TV2 Norway Poland: Polsat Portugal:Eleven Romenia: Clever Media, Digisport, Telekom Romania Russia: Match TV  Serbia: Arena Sport Slovakia: Markiza, Voyo Slovenia: Sportklub, Pro Plus Spain: Telefonica, Orange TV Sweden: Telia Switzerland: blue+, CH Media Tajikistan: Varzish TV, Saran Turkey: EXXEN Turkmenistan: Saran Ukraine: Megogo UK: BT Sport Uzbekistan: MTRK Africa and Middle East Nigeria: SuperSport South Africa: SuperSport Middle East and North Africa (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen): beIN Sub-Saharian Africa: Canal+, SuperSport America Bolivia: Televideo Brazil: SBT, Turner Canada: DAZN Caribbean: Flow Sports, Sportsmax Central America: ESPN Costa Rica: Teletica Dominican Republic: Televideo Ecuador: Televideo El Salvador:Canal Dos Guatemala: Televideo Haití: Canal+ Honduras: Televicentro South America (except Brazil): ESPN Mexico: Turner Panama: TVN, Medcom Paraguay: Televideo Peru: Televideo United States: CBS, TUDN Deportes Venezuela: La Tele Tuya  Asia and Pacífic Australia: STAN Brunei: beIn Cambodia: beIn China PR: PPTV, Tencent, iQIYI, Alibaba Hong Kong SAR: beIn India and Indian subcontinent: Sony Indonesia: SCTV Japan: Wowow Republic of Korea: SPO TV Laos: beIn Macau SAR: TDM Malaysia: beIn Mongolia: SPS Myanmar: TBA New Zealand: Spark Pacific Islands: Digicel Philipines: Tap TV Singapore: beIn Taiwan/Chines Taipei: Elta Thailand: beIn Vietnam: FPT Moreover, if you are one of those who can't miss a single live match, you should know that the Sport24 platform has the rights to broadcast Champions League matches on airplanes and cruise ships. Where to watch the final match of the Champions League 2021/2022? The 2021/2022 Champions League final will be held at the Gazprom Arena in St. Petersburg, Russia, on May 28, 2022. Like the rest of the competition, you can watch the Champions League final on TV through Movistar-Movistar Liga de Campeones dial 50 and Orange TV. Where to watch the Champions League 2021/2022 final on the Internet? In addition to television, you can also watch the Champions League final online. In this case, you must also be a Movistar or Orange customer and connect to Movistar+ on devices (former Yomvi) in the first case or to the online platform of Orange TV, if you are an Orange customer to enjoy the match in which the best European soccer team 2021/2022 will be proclaimed. How can I watch LaLiga soccer matches from abroad? If you have already contracted a television service with the LaLiga package and due to a geographic blocking of your television provider and your connection you have problems viewing the matches, the best option, in this case, will be to use a VPN that assigns you an associated IP that is not blocked. If your Internet access provider does not offer this service, below are the best VPN offers to surf safely from anywhere.

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5G will trigger data consumption that will multiply by three in five years
5G will trigger data consumption that will multiply by three in five years
18/03/2022

In 2025, 25% of global data connections will be 5G, compared to 8% at the end of 2021, according to GSMA forecasts, which also indicate that this greater implementation will have a greater impact, even in Europe, North America, China and some Asian countries, where the percentage of 5G penetration would be higher in that date. Among the main consequences of the 5G expansion, will be a greater consumption of data by users, has said GSMA  and if, at the moment, the data traffic per smartphone in a month,  is 11.4Gb on average, the forecasts by 2027 place it at 41Gb, three times more.  And according to the organization that brings together the telecommunications industry and organizes the MWC in Barcelona, ​​​​as the population has access to 5G, there will be a significant increase in streaming consumption, favored by a sudden drop in download times that will become negligible.  The use of remote health services, ultra-high definition television (4K/8K) and 5G as home broadband are also expected to grow.

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YouTube allows  to continue watching a video started on your mobile on your PC
YouTube allows to continue watching a video started on your mobile on your PC
11/10/2021

YouTube continues improving and expand its streaming services to allow users to continue watching on the computer a video that they had previously stopped on their smartphones.  This function requires having the Google account synchronized and in case of computers it is essential to have Chrome installed.  Then, if the user pauses the video while it's playing in the YouTube app for Android or iOS, it will be possible to continue watching it from the same point on the computer.  When YouTube is opened on the computer, a pop-up window will show in the lower right corner, with the playback line of the video, right where it was stopped, so the user can keep playing it when he decides.

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Google Stadia allows you to use a 'smartphone' as a controller to play video games
Google Stadia allows you to use a 'smartphone' as a controller to play video games
04/10/2021

The video game streaming service Google Stadia, has implemented Phone Link service that allows to use a smartphone screen as a remote control to play video games.  The new function acts as a compatibility tool between mobile phones and televisions and is compatible with Chromecast, Android TV and Stadia devices from the web browser.  In addition, the new service allows Google Stadia users to use game controllers different from the one of Stadia, and allows connecting these peripherals to the mobile phone wirelessly and with cable, something that was not allowed to do with Stadia before, because the system was only prepared to use with wireless connections.

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Atari VCS, Atari's retro mini-console for playing games and enjoying digital entertainment, hits the market
Atari VCS, Atari's retro mini-console for playing games and enjoying digital entertainment, hits the market
21/06/2021

Atari has announced the launch of Atari VCS, its retro mini-console on which they have been working for the last three years and with users will be able to access classic games as well as digital entertainment. Atari VCS is presented as a hybrid console with a videogame console and computer functions inspired by the design of the Atari 2600, as can be seen in the chassis of the equipment, with a matte black body riddled with horizontal stripes and a wooden front.  The mini-console is powered by the AMD Ryzen R1606G processor, which streams video in 4K and has support for PC gaming. In this PC mode, the Atari VCS is compatible with operating systems such as Windows, ChromeOS or Ubuntu, features Google productivity solutions and offers the possibility to expand the internal storage. The mini-console, which comes with a joystick and game controller, provides access to a catalog of 100 classic games, streaming entertainment platforms and productivity tools. It can also be connected to a TV and has access to Antstream or Game Jolt libraries, and to different computer game libraries in PC mode. It also allows viewing content from the most popular streaming and social platforms, such as Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch ... Atari VCS is now available for pre-order for $399.99.

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