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Kicking and Streaming – The latest on ITV’s live player

The massive demand for a live streaming website for the World Cup has lead ITV to launch its “Live Player.” The plan was to provide easy access to World Cup games to people who weren’t able to get to a TV for whatever reason. But the ITV player couldn’t handle the strain of millions of people attempting to tune in during work and countless fans were shut out of the world cup coverage. Had they underestimated the amount of people that would try and watch the first game? Probably not, ITV join a host of other websites that have struggled when trying to broadcast live over the internet. There’s no shame in trying, but it’s frustrating to anyone who was unable to catch the opening of the tournament.

Laptop Power UK – A name you can rely on

ITV will hopefully get their game together in time for future matches; plenty of people won’t be watching the rest of the world cup from the comfort of their living rooms or amongst friends and fellow fans in the local pub.  So for those left at the mercy of “cloud hosting”, “insufficient bandwidth” and technical glitches, it’s important to have a laptop that’s ready to handle the strain even if the video streaming website isn’t. So if you’re searching for a laptop mains charger or a replacement laptop screen before the next England game, you needn’t look any further than Laptop Power UK.

We’ve got an astonishing range of netbook screens as diverse as acer aspire 5720 screen to the toshiba satellite pro a300 screen and the UK’s best choice of laptop battery chargers. It’s little wonder why more and more people buy laptop battery chargers through us.

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