World Cup coverage expands on the Web, cell phones (AP)

Chile's Arturo Vidal, right, heads the ball as New Zealand''s Chris Killen defends during a friendly game at the Ka Nyamazane Stadium in Nelspruit, South Africa, Wednesday June 9, 2010. New Zealand and Chile are preparing for the upcoming World Cup schedule to start on June 11.(AP Photo/Claudio Cruz)AP – With games airing live on cell phones and computers, the World Cup will get more online coverage than any major sporting event yet. Watching highlights the next day on TV or YouTube will suddenly seem a downright ancient way to keep up with the action.

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