ICC to trial use of two extra reviews per innings in Test matches.
The inventor of Hot Spot calls on players and equipment manufacturers to stop using protective coating on bats.
Alastair Cook says England found the story about Kevin Pietersen using silicon tape to try and beat Hot Spot laughable.
Hot Spot will be used in the final two Ashes Tests, the International Cricket Council has confirmed.
The ICC say they aren't investigating allegations that Kevin Pietersen used silicone tape on his bat to evade Hot-Spot technology. Tim Abraham has the latest
Australia batsman Steve Smith has played down criticism of England's behaviour on the pitch in this summer's Ashes.
Graham Onions has angrily refuted claims that players have been using tape on their bats in a bid to beat Hot Spot.
India will not embrace the Decision Review System until they believe the technology involved is "foolproof".
England coach Andy Flower has called for improvements to the decision review system ahead of the fourth Test.
Andy Flower believes improvements to the decision review system can be made to help the umpires.
James Anderson remains supportive of DRS but believes it needs to be "tweaked" to help teams decide when to use it.
Following a number of controversial DRS decisions throught this Ashes series, the Cricket Writers discuss the future of the technology.
The Sky Cricket team examine the key DRS incidents of the day involving Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith.
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