Technology in cricket

For a game as steeped in tradition as cricket is, the question of how much to rely on technology is a perennial - and at certain points over the years has proved an increasingly complex one, as new technologies have been unveiled. The Decision Review System, introduced in 2008, took about a decade to gain widespread acceptance - if not always trust and support across the board among players and administrators.

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Photo feature

Tech it and go

Cricket is back in our lives and on our screens and we have a century of technological innovations to thank for it

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Deconstructing cricket

The high-tech game

Technology influences various aspects of cricket today, and that is only set to increase in the years ahead

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Ready, headset, go!

Facing virtual deliveries could soon become part of players' training and acclimatisation routines

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Stats feature

The art of the review

All teams use the DRS, but some teams (and players) use it better than others

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Margins, morality, and the many collapses of 2016

A look at the top cricket trends of the year: slippery Test batting, Bangladesh's assertiveness, umpire calls, ball-tampering, and a captain called Kohli