Students in Stanford’s experimental robotics class teach industrial robots new tricks
Clever little cubes automate robotic craft projects for kids
Affectiva’s Rana El-Kaliouby says our devices need to get a lot more emotionally intelligent
At the intersection of two challenging computational and technological problems may lie the key to better understanding and manipulating quantum randomness
When teams of humans row boats, they all sync up, but robots are testing whether that’s really the fastest way to go
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This octocopter uses hybrid gasoline-electric propulsion to fly two people 110 miles on a single tank.
An international group of scientist is working to establish the first ever private space-based nation. They are calling the nation Asgardia. According to new FCC filings, plans are going ahead to launch data into space, far from the reach of the long arm of the law.
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If there’s one thing I admire about Android phones, it’s the variety of models available at all price points.
Apple recently held their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and made a slew of announcements about some of the updates and new products that we can expect in the next year. The company seems to be ratcheting up their focus in the field of AR/VR.
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The Japanese telecom giant picks up two of the most talented and innovative robotics companies in the world
Nick DiCarlo began working at Samsung in 2007, when flip phones and swivel phones were all the rage. He helped Samsung develop and market its high-end Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Unlike gold or dollar bills, the digital currency known as bitcoin does not physically exist. There is no there there.