Technically Incorrect: You knew it had to come to this. A robot golfer tees up on a par 3 at a PGA tournament and upstages everyone.
The partnership, which also includes video site SkratchTV, aims to "GoPro" the sport delivering new perspectives for fans.
The game of golf can look deceptively simple, but some elaborate technology is going on behind the scenes, impacting everything from the TV broadcast to the fan experience, to player performance. CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows us the tech in action.
Technically Incorrect: A simple ad, made with some NFL sponsorship, dramatizes a problem with which the NFL itself is familiar.
A behind-the-scenes look at the PGA Tour.
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile decides that the presenter's mistake in naming Miss Colombia the winner is ripe for its advertising during the Super Bowl.
Technically Incorrect: A video of a man skiing down a mountain and apparently swinging an iPhone 6 around on a string mesmerizes YouTube.
Retired spacemen can get depressed. Until, that is, they get behind the wheel of Audi's R8 V10 Plus. At least that's what Audi wants you to believe.
In conjunction with this year's Masters tournament--and Tiger Woods' return to golf--EA Sports has launched a free Web version of its popular golf franchise.
Starting the week of July 11, Sony's serving up a limited edition PlayStation Move Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: Masters Bundle for $99.99 that comes with the PlayStation Eye and one Move controller.