How video games have changed the way you watch football

Throughout the early months of the year, millions upon millions will settle in to watch the most important games of the football season. College bowl games and championships wrap up at the onset of the New Year, while professional football’s postseason rolls through January before culminating in the Super Bowl in February. If you settle…

The technology that’s changing the game of tennis in a big way

Whether you believe in it or not, technology in sport is a hot topic these days with regular and countless calls for more and more computerised systems to be used across the major sports, and no doubt, in the less known sports as well. The word technology can lend itself to many different subjects and…

Promotional: Why is big tournament football technology so patchy?

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was, without question, the most technologically advanced ever. In short, it was the first seriously competitive international tournament to employ technology in a number of new ways – the most obvious being goal-line technology of course. And with so much at stake in major football competitions these days, it…

Zidane reveals Adidas 99g adizero football boot, Smart Ball

Adidas are keen to promote their tech nous these days, recently showing Tech Digest cycling warm-up hot pants and super-bouncy running shoes. Today, at a special press preview at their pop-up Adidas Lab in London, they've turned their attention to…

First FIFA 14 screenshots revealed: Pure Shot in action

EA have revealed FIFA 14, the latest installment in their long-running, massively popular football game simulation series. Packed full of new features, the next game will include an improved shooting system, full 360-degree control while sprinting, computer AI that better…

Wayne Rooney's Nike tweets lead to campaign ban

Sportswear brand Nike have landed themselves in hot water with advertising regulators, after they had been found using the personal Twitter accounts of footballers Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshire to promote their Make It Count campaign. The offending tweet from…