Don't-Miss Robot Stories
This Arduino robot might not clean your floors, but it's a great starting point for any aspiring makers.
IBM researchers have announced a breakthrough software ecosystem to complement their neuron-like computer chips.
Robots are taking our dirty jobs too now. The Gasbot is a methane-seeking mobile platform that sniffs for the stinky, greenhouse gas with lasers.
Happy birthday, Curiosity! Join us as we recount the biggest achievements of NASA's latest rover from over the past year.
These robots can barely fly by themselves, but attach them together, and they can be difficult to knock off-balance.
Kirobo, a talking robot that also recognizes faces, was launched Sunday on a cargo transfer vehicle and will reach the International Space Station in six days.
The Veebot is a new medical robot that could draw your blood with better accuracy than a human nurse. Pesky humans.
3D Robotics gave a sneak preview of a comparatively cheap consumer drone at an unmanned aircraft convention in San Francisco this week.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station used an extra-terrestrial remote control system on Friday to maneuver a robot rover at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.
R2B2 is a robot that will stop at nothing to guess your phone's PIN. Luckily for you, it's just a research project.
Our video report looks at a pair of robots capable of carrying out military tasks in the air and on the land.
Don’t have a cute kid around to bear your rings at the wedding? Otavio Good used a quadrocopter to airdrop his matrimony bands at his ceremony.
The U.S. Navy's X-47B drone made an autonomous landing on an aircraft carrier and Boston Dynamics' Atlas builds on its predecessors.
Put your brushes and pencils down! The e-David robot’s monochrome art is akin to the Mona Lisa…sort of.
Researchers hope that Grover, or Goddard Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Research, can teach them how to prepare robots for harsh conditions.
This impressive hydraulic robot can balance itself and move with the same fluidity as humans.
Sagawa Electronics develops a seven foot tall robot exoskeleton; makes scenes from anime a real-life thing.
This ultra-realistic, 3D printed robotic spider moves around like the real thing.