What's leaving Netflix in August might be more noteworthy than what's coming.
Transport for London has licensed its contactless payment system that allows you to board trains and buses with a swipe of a credit or debit card.
An algorithm developed by MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory is teaching computers to predict the actions TV characters will take seconds before taking them.
The idea that armor made knights sluggish flies out the window as a current-day knight-wannabe dances, climbs and jumps in a suit of plate armor.
After facing questions about how its widely used trending-topics feature is managed, the social network says it's going to ensure employees are aware of how political bias can affect their work and the company's products.
And it didn't even need to use a low-range gearbox.
Evelyn Miralles, head of the VR Lab for the NASA Johnson Space Center, is using realistic simulations to train astronauts.
A realistic patient simulator in development aims to reduce the number of animals destroyed in veterinary schools.
A quick-thinking train driver knew he couldn't avoid a wreck, so he spent his time preparing the passengers for impact.
Athletes are turning to tech to help them run faster, jump higher, push harder.