How to watch England vs India: live stream the ODI cricket wherever you are

Despite what football fans might try and tell you, sporting contests don’t come much more competitive than this. England vs India puts the top two one day international cricket teams head-to-head for a three-match series that we just can’t call. What we can do however is tell you how to live stream the cricket from wherever you are in the world.

If the one day England vs India series is half as good as the T20 games that went before, then we really are in for a treat. Three fiercely fought matches ended in a 2-1 win for the visitors. Rohit Sharma and Lokesh Rahul starred with the bat across those games – India didn’t even need talisman Virat Kohli firing on all cylinders.

But don’t forget that England spent the early part of the summer tearing up the record books with their cricket, too. Jos Buttler hit the fastest T20 international half-century by an England batsman, having being promoted to open in the one-off T20 match against Australia. And before that, Eoin Morgan’s men thumped the Aussies 5-0 in the 50-over form of the game.

It’s shaping up to be an exciting week of international cricket, and you can watch England vs India wherever you are in the world with a live stream. Below we’ll talk you through how you can do that on your TV or via a stream to your favorite devices.

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How to watch England vs India: UK live stream

Those in the UK will be able to tune into Sky Sports to watch all three ODI matches. If you subscribe to Sky Sports, you’ll be able to watch the matches live on your TV or you can live stream it to your phone or tablet using the Sky …read more

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This electric driverless logging truck can carry up to 16 tons of timber

Swedish self-driving truck startup Einride is out with another eye-catching prototype. Much like the company’s first autonomous offering, the new T-Log is all-electric and completely driverless, and it completely lacks a front cab for human drivers. But unlike the T-Pod, the T-Log comes equipped with off-roading capabilities and is designed for one specific purpose: hauling tons of gigantic tree logs.

Unveiled on Thursday at the UK’s Goodwood Festival, the T-Log is more powerful than the T-Pod, and it’s designed to carry up to 16 tons of cargo. It can also navigate dense, uneven forest roads, the startup claims, making it ideally suited for logging purposes.

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Google X’s ambitious Loon and Wing projects graduate into independent companies

Loon and Wing, two of Google X’s moonshot projects, “graduated” yesterday to become full companies under the Alphabet banner. Loon was an ambitious Google X project to establish a network of balloons in the stratosphere to relay internet connectivity to people in remote regions. Meanwhile, Wing saw the use of advanced drones for delivering goods to people on the ground. Now the two projects have become two new independent companies within Google’s parent firm, Alphabet. Both companies have new leadership. Loon will be headed by its new CEO Alastair Westgarth and James Ryan Burgess is Wing’s new CEO. Since the Loon…

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Dolby Vision HDR streaming will soon arrive on Xbox One

Though the Xbox One S and Xbox One X have supported the HDR10 format since their respective launches, the slightly more advanced Dolby Vision format has remained unsupported on all games consoles to date.

However, that’s about to change, with an announcement on Xbox Wire revealing that Microsoft’s 4K-capable consoles are set to receive an update that will enable Dolby Vision streaming, allowing users to watch Netflix in the 12-bit high-dynamic-range format.

System Update 1810 has already started rolling out to Xbox Insiders in a preview build, and is expected to arrive for everyone else in the coming weeks. It also brings with it additional language options for the Narrator feature, Avatars on the dashboard, and revised search functionality that will show you games that you own even if they aren’t installed.

Unlike HDR10, which applies general settings to an entire show or movie, Dolby Vision uses metadata to adjust its brightness and color on a scene-by-scene basis, providing an experience that’s closer to what the filmmakers originally intended.

At present, there’s no word on whether there are any plans for any video game-related Dolby Vision support, though the Dolby Atmos audio format is already supported on Microsoft’s consoles in a gaming capacity.

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