Kara Zor-El will be battling new technologies that are impacting human life.
In news that will surprise nobody, Charlie Brooker's Emmy-winning science fiction series Black Mirror has been renewed for a fifth season by Netflix.
Police in China mix Google Glass-style eyewear with facial recognition technology to catch criminals.
As the the dystopian show returns for a fourth season, we take a look at the real-life technology its writers have unwittingly foreseen
Season four of Charlie Brooker's celebrated series Black Mirror will be available to stream in its entirety on Netflix from Friday, 29 December.
Social ratings will be awarded by people to each other and the resulting score will rank their social standing and impact access to various services, including loans and jobs.
As the thriller continues its financial and commercial success in the US, we look at the lead's career.
A sticky gel and animal hairs attached to a miniature drone is a step towards artificial pollination.
Writer of the sci-fi dystopian drama Black Mirror says he just didn't have time.
Eerie sci-fi series will air 12 new episodes on Netflix.
US streaming giant agrees to produce new episodes of show.
Heavenote allows people to send text, photo and video messages to people after they die.
Google patents memory camera mounted on Google Glass that captures video and audio for a searchable database.
Brand Killer blocks ads in real time from wearer's point of view using DIY augmented reality headset.
A new start-up is creating a 3D digital avatar that will talk to your loved ones when you're gone.
Similar to The National Anthem in the first series, this episode portrays a more down to earth political satire.
The first season of three episodes portrays a population enthralled by technology