What does ESPN do when four TV channels aren't enough for the biggest World Cup the US has ever seen? Go digital.
Not only is Germany taking home the trophy, but Twitter and Facebook also saw record numbers during the games with more than 672 million tweets and 3 billion interactions during the last month.
No stranger to insensitivity, social media pours some salt in Brazil's wounds with a deluge of wisecracks.
Facebook's data team reports that World Cup watching users are having quite the O-gasms when they post news of goals.
After the Netherlands barely beats Mexico in the World Cup, KLM, its national airline, emits an ill-considered tweet, complete with graphic of a man in a sombrero.
This soccer ball made from materials similar to those found in Crocs can survive being stabbed and run over by a car, making it perfect for soccer fans around the world.
Fabio Capello says his goalkeeper was blinded by a green beam, just before conceding a vital goal.
Streaming of Thursday's key soccer games hits a record for ESPN -- and perhaps for video on the Internet, period.
Harkening Mike Tyson's famous gnawing of Evander Holyfield's ear, the soccer star is pictured wearing a dog cone, with fangs, as Hannibal, and more.
This watch from HotBlack puts the live score of your favorite team's latest match right on your wrist. And it's a pretty good looking timepiece to boot.
The 2014 World Cup is being beamed up to space, where astronauts Reid Wiseman, Steve Swanson, and Alexander Gerst keep up on the action.
Congratulating the US team on its winning goal over Ghana, the airline company mistakenly posts a giraffe gaffe.
During France vs. Honduras, most naked eyes say the ball didn't cross the goal line, but new technology disagreed.