India Wins Cricket World Cup: Twitter Bollywood Congratulations

If you’re a cricket fan, or even if you’re not, then you must have noticed the frenzy of excitement today about the ICC Cricket World Cup Final which was estimated to have been watched by one billion people across the globe. India eventually went on to win the World Cup and this has prompted … [Read more...]

FA Warn Players Of Twitter Use: Comments Closely Monitored?

During recent weeks, here at OSM we have reported at numerous times, on footie players tweeting away. Twitter if used in the appropriate fashion is fine such as Rio Ferdinand praising Arsenal's Nasri or Fabregas with their game play, but its other comments that have been questioned by others. … [Read more...]

Ashes victory for England: Final moments and Twitter reaction

It’s a great morning for cricket fans, that is if you’re an England cricket fan. The news that England has taken victory at The Ashes in Australia is sweeping the Internet and social networking sites such as Twitter. If you want to know more about the final moments and Twitter reactions to … [Read more...]

The Ashes 2010/11: Graeme Swann Tweets England Victory?


Twitter, the online social networking and micro blogging service is now attracting users in their droves, in fact some 190,000, with at least 65 million tweets a day with some 800,000 search queries per day. Pretty impressive you would say for a site that launched July 2006. With the increase in … [Read more...]

Twitter Woman Bugged By Ashes Tweets


Social networking site Twitter, is slowly creeping up behind Facebook in terms of user numbers and can be used not just by the everyday Joe Bloggs but celebrities as well. But for one poor woman in America, Twitter and it's tweets have become more a hindrance than that of enjoyment? Due to “The … [Read more...]

The Ashes 2010: Damien Martyn Voices Disapproval On Twitter


With so much hype over Cricket's answer to the World Cup "The Ashes," former Australian batsman Damien Martyn, has taken to networking site Twitter, to voice his disapproval of the selectors choice to introduce pace bowler Peter Siddle over Doug Bollinger. … [Read more...]

The Ashes Cricket 2010: Live Score Update via Apps


Are you wanting to stay up to date with the 2010 Ashes as England go head to head with Australia? England look to retain The Ashes whereas Australia are looking to reclaim and in true Apple fashion… There’s an app for that, in fact there are a couple … [Read more...]

Cricket Live Score - Meet The Willow TV App


Technology is quickly moving on and with Apple having an app for just about everything that you can think of they then go and have one for getting your live cricket scores! The app is called Willow TV which is the leader in online cricket and brings you the latest scores for all of the matches being … [Read more...]

Dimitri Mascarenhas Twitter Rant: ECB Launch Investigation

Taking their frustrations out via the popular micro-blogging website Twitter seems to be a trend among England cricketers at the moment. First we had a Twitter rant from Kevin Pietersen, and now it appears that Dimitri Mascarenhas is following in his footsteps. … [Read more...]

Kevin Pietersen Twitter Rant: Disciplinary Action a Possibility

South African-born English cricketer appears to have got himself into a bit of trouble with the ECB recently, after he took to the popular micro-blogging website Twitter to rant about being dropped from the England squad, and described the decision as a “f—k up.” … [Read more...]

Kevin Pietersen Twitter: Confirms Being Dropped from England Squad

There have been a few rumors circulating recently, claiming that South African-born English cricketer Kevin Pietersen was on the verge of being dropped by England, after failing to score a century in the past 18 months. Well it appears the rumors are true, with confirmation from Kevin himself. … [Read more...]

Zulfqarnain Haide’s Facebook Blunder Escapes Punishment


Pakistan’s reserve wicketkeeper "Zulfqarnain Haider" has been revealing details of his “fitness problems” on social networking site Facebook which nearly cost him his place with the Pakistan team. Haider was seen commenting on his Facebook profile page that he had hurt himself during practice … [Read more...]