hawk-eye

Latest

Pocket-lint Podcast #137 - LG G2 first impressions, goal-line tech and more

Pocket-lint Podcast #137 - LG G2 first impressions, goal-line tech and more

By 9 August 2013

Pocket-lint returns from New York City with tales of the LG G2. Why is it being dubbed the most powerful Android smartphone on the planet? Just how good is that Full HD 5.2-inch screen? And what's up with that volume rocker on the back? All these questions... >>

Goal line tech: We play referee with the Hawk-Eye system ahead of 2013/14 Premier League debut

Goal line tech: We play referee with the Hawk-Eye system ahead of 2013/14 Premier League debut

By 8 August 2013

The Premier League 2013/14 will be unlike any other before it. And that's not down to just this year's transfers: the season will kick off with fully operational Hawk-Eye goal line technology - recently re-dubbed "goal decision technology" - and we got... >>

Sony's Hawk-Eye chosen as Premier League goal-line technology, for all clubs by start of next season

Sony's Hawk-Eye chosen as Premier League goal-line technology, for all clubs by start of next season

By 11 April 2013

The Premier League will be using goal-line technology at all clubs in the top tier of English football next season and has chosen the Sony-owned Hawk Eye to provide it. Unlike world football governing body FIFA, which will be using German firm GoalControl... >>

Sony buys Hawk-Eye, the ball tracking tech company

Sony buys Hawk-Eye, the ball tracking tech company

By 6 March 2011

Sony has bought Hawk-eye, the company that provides the technology to track moving balls in sports like cricket and tennis. “Sony has announced the acquisition of Hawk-Eye Ltd, a UK based company that specialises in providing tracking technology to... >>

Goal line tech companies put pressure on Fifa

Goal line tech companies put pressure on Fifa

By 28 June 2010

If only Frank Lampard's effort, that clearly crossed the line, would have counted. Not only would England have gone on to match that famous result in 1966 by beating the Germans 4-2, they would have also, undoubtedly, thrashed the Argentinians in the... >>