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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 709d ago | interview

How the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 gives Harlequins a competitive edge

Pocket-Lint: You might not think of rugby as a high-tech sport, but things have changed massively in the past 10 years. The sport has grown more professional, and there's more money involved. With more money comes better tools to improve performance, but also more pressure to succeed - not just in the way all sportspeople want to succeed, but in ensuring sponsorship and other financial opportunities can carry on. (Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note 2)

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