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Cricket may have embraced technology too quickly, says Hawk-Eye founder
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Paul Hawkins, who founded Hawk-Eye in 2001 to provide broadcasters with a computer system that could determine whether LBW decisions were correct and has gone on to utilise it in tennis and other sports, said cricket had perhaps adopted the technology 
UPDATE 2-Cricket-England and Australia still back DRS, says ICCReuters India
Cricket: ICC stick with Hot Spot for final Ashes Tests – ICCGlobalPost
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Stuff.co.nz –The Independent –Reuters UK
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The Guardian

Cricket may have embraced technology too quickly, says Hawk-Eye founder
The Guardian
Paul Hawkins, who founded Hawk-Eye in 2001 to provide broadcasters with a computer system that could determine whether LBW decisions were correct and has gone on to utilise it in tennis and other sports, said cricket had perhaps adopted the technology 
UPDATE 2-Cricket-England and Australia still back DRS, says ICCReuters India
Cricket: ICC stick with Hot Spot for final Ashes Tests – ICCGlobalPost
CricketCricket hasn't tested DRS – HawkinsYahoo! Eurosport UK
Stuff.co.nz –The Independent –Reuters UK
all 202 news articles »

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