Firefox and Microsoft are fighting around the World Cup. Difficult to escape the World Cup football these days. Even Firefox does it. It is through an extension that Mozilla Corp., the commercial for the Foundation (see edition of August 3, 2005), the alternative browser intends to follow the sporting event of the year..
Developed by Joga.com, which is defined as a community Infonaut created by Google and Nike for anyone anywhere in the world who is passionate about football, Joga Companion can follow the games live for 32 concurrent teams, both in terms results than the highlights (yellow and red cards, stoppage time, part time, etc.).
The application proposes a resume in the form of frames (optional) in near real-time games, while the scores of games being displayed in the taskbar with a warning of goal. The tool also provides access to video clips of the highlights of the meeting and forging links to the community forum or lovers exchanged their comments online. Must the must, Firefox Companion customizes the colors of the user’s favorite team.
Available in french (but also English, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Portuguese) for Firefox 1.5.x for Windows 2000 (and older) and Mac OS X 10.3 (minimum), Companion reservation all of its services to Internet users only who take the trouble to register (free) on Joga.com.
Independently of this, a minimum service is guaranteed. If you do not have a Joga.com, you can still access the themes and updates on the matches we read in the FAQ.