Gadgets make us better people. Especially in sports. So this week while we're Playing with Balls, it's the perfect time to look back at our 10 gadgets that help you cheat at sports post. Because it doesn't matter how you get there, so long as you win. Unless, you know, it actually is important how you get there...
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The traditional—or perhaps stereotypical—relationship between computer nerds and jocks is one often characterised by bruises to the face, wedgies up the arse and dignity down the drain. But, as the developers behind Australia’s latest AFL and NRL games on PSP show us, it doesn’t always have to be this way.
If my actions playing sports games counted towards sporting achievements, my trophy cabinet would be a lot fuller.
There were quite a few noisy complaints when Channel 10 announced that their HD channel would be rebranded ‘One’ and feature 24 hours of non-stop sports coverage, especially from sci-fi geeks. But there is one certainty for sports-watching fans — HD is the best way to watch it by far.
It’s match day. Everything we’ve done before has been leading up to this moment. Socks are pulled up. Jerseys cleaned and pressed. Shorts are still short. We’re taking the field, singing the national anthem, jumping from foot to foot as the crowd cheers in anticipation. Inside, our stomachs are clenched like fists, waiting for that whistle to signal kickoff. And when it comes, we’ll be ready. Because this is Gizmodo’s tribute to all things sports.