A robot just pulled off the best possible move in the game of golf.
Tiger is back on the prowl and on the golf course. And that guy knows a thing or twenty about both. His brand new app, Tiger Woods: My Swing helps your golf game by recording a video of your golf swing and analyzing where you're going wrong by identifying the key primary positions of your swing and lining it up to let…
Mail on Sunday photographer Mark Pain probably didn't know whether to cheer or cry after taking this photo. On one hand, he snapped a great picture. On the other hand, he might be about to face an angry Tiger Woods.
According to the most recent NPD sales data, numbers for this year's annual Tiger Woods golf game franchise update were down by 32%, as gamers seemingly washed their hands of the dirty dawg golfer and his waitress-hassling ways.
"We are ending our sponsorship agreement with Tiger Woods and wish him well in the future." That's from AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook in an email sent out earlier today. [CNN]
Everyone's taking the piss out of Tiger Woods lately, but I feel sympathetic after seeing these text messages he exchanged with a lover. He sounds as ridiculous as anyone else would in lusty, loverly, silly, and random text messages.
That's Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz at the UBS Media Conference, celebrating the revenue generated by another human being's personal tragedy. Hang in there, Yahoo! You're just a few thousand celebrity scandals away from relevance.
The CGI recreation of Tiger Woods' accident was amusing enough, but a Taiwanese news show made some more animations to retell the whole crazy dramarama through awkward shower sex scenes, strange gesturing, and plenty of bad translations.
It's a story doomed to repeat for all of time: Man cheats on wife, wife catches man, wife eagle-claw-slaps man, man runs away, wife chases after man with a golf club, man crashes car. This could have been prevented.
Despite the fact that TMZ pays to have eyes everywhere, they couldn't actually get footage of Tiger Woods' mishap with his wife. So what did a Taiwanese news program do? They made their own.
Since the E3 announcement of Wii MotionPlus and WiiSports Resort, Nintendo has been silent as to the new control platform's development. But according to EA, things are moving ahead as planned.