Get ready to see the World Cup from a whole new perspective.
Later this year, soccer's World Cup will begin, and an advanced robotic exoskeleton will be part of the opening kick-off.
In what is probably one of the athletics company's most stunning visual spots, Adidas has teamed with one of soccer's biggest names to show off what LED soccer of the future might look like.
Soccket soccer ball creates power source from play.
Behold the second place where soccer and technology shall meet in 2012. On Thursday, the International Football Association Board approved goal-line technology to stop refereeing blunders.
To most Americans, soccer is just a bunch of people running up and down a field for 90 minutes, only to end in a 0-0 draw. We need a little more excitement, so someone decided to spice things up by giving each player a Taser, and encouraging them to use it.
Team USA's win over Brazil on Sunday in the Women's World Cup was great, but that's nothing compared to the action over in Istanbul at RoboCup 2011, the Robot World Cup. In a scintillating free kick shootout, Team CHARLI from Virginia Tech, managed to pull out a 1-0 win over Team Robo-Erectus from Singapore.
We're still in the middle of the 2010 World Cup, but countries are already lining up with big promises if they're given hosting duties for the 2022 tournament. And Qatar is taking things really seriously.
The World Cup is coming up in the next few weeks, and you know what that means: soccer mania! And what better way to celebrate the biggest tournament for the biggest sport in the world than by buying a TV shaped like a soccer ball?
Ladies and gentlemen, the game is Breakaway. It may be tempting to think of it as soccer, but soccer players don't have piston-powerful legs or robotic arms sprouting out of their backs. In the version of Breakaway we saw, two...