Hawk-Eye's technology is an impressive tool that makes the lives of referees and umpires easier, but don't be fooled - there's a chance that Hawk-Eye could sometimes get a call wrong.
No, taking a photo of your brunch isn't a "revolutionary" act. Taking a selfie isn't one, either. We've been doing them both for centuries.
A new study has found large quantities of fresh water, trapped below the clay of the seabed - and repurposed oil rigs could be used to get it out.
MIT researchers have developed a camera that can build 3D models of users throughout a house - a potential game controller of the future.
A programmer has rigged up a quadrocopter drone to go around in search of others to hijack, turning them into identical "zombies".
Editors can choose to give algorithms control over parts of the editorial process - and while it's early days now, it's worth considering what that means for how we value writing.
When the so-called "badBIOS" virus was found in October, transmitting itself by audio broadcasts at inaudible frequencies, it seemed incredible - and now we have proof-of-concept.
Sheep Marketplace closed down over the weekend after someone got away with 96,000 bitcoins - and angry users are chasing him around the internet.
Evan Booth subverts the idea of airport security by showing how easy it is to craft weapons - like guns and grenades - out of things like magazines, batteries, and Lynx.
Call your girlfriend and tell her that there's a dancing robot version of Robyn, because science.