Today, we go behind the scenes at the 2014 NBA Finals, learn about Earin's truly wireless earbuds, relive France's controversial score with FIFA's goal-line technology and take a look at Airdog: a GoPro-equipped drone with a knack for sports action. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

Inside Game 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals

The 2014 NBA Finals might be over (go Spurs), but you can relive some of the glory by perusing a few of our court-side photos. With camera in hand, Edgar Alvarez tours the AT&T Center for a behind-the-scenes look at the epic sports event.

Airdog drone serves as your loyal action sports cameraman

Why film your own sports action video when a UAV could do it for you? If funded on Kickstarter, the GoPro-equipped Airdog drone could be your very own aerial cameraman. All you have to do is initiate its flight from a wrist-mounted controller.

Earin's tiny wireless earphones recharge while they're in your pocket

Unlike Beats' new Powerbeats2, Earin's wireless buds are completely cable-free -- and they recharge inside your pocket. For a $170 pledge on Kickstarter, you can snag a pair sometime in January 2015, assuming the target is met.

France is the first team to benefit from goal-line tech at the World Cup

Remember when FIFA announced it would incorporate new goal-line tech into the 2014 World Cup? Well, it paid off. It was used to confirm a controversial shot from France's Karim Benzema that bounced off the far post, landing just inside the goal.