Don't-Miss Robot Stories
A sick kid from Kansas City will throw out the first pitch at a baseball game from 1800 miles away thanks to robots and fiber is your heartwarming technology story of the day.
iRobot and Cisco team up to build the officemate robot of the future.
Psychologists have long wondered why humans can attach an emotional presence to mere machines. It partly boils down to vanity: We like our own reflection.
Johns Hopkins University develops a ridiculous fast miniature robot.
Pizza. From the skies. Think about it. It really doesn't get any better than this and Domino's knows it.
Revive the Terminator films by rebuilding relentless machine for yourself—out of Lego.
Ashutosh Saxena bought an Xbox to play computer games at home, but discovered that the Kinect motion-detection technology it includes provides a rich tool for his robotics lab where he's trying to create robots that learn what humans are up to and try to help out.
It’s finally here! Arduino brings out its first-ever robot kit on wheels, and it’s on sale now!
Warrior Web program aims to deliver a lightweight under-suit that can reduce injuries and enhance performance.
Not everyone knows how to design a Lego robot from scratch, but with BrickPi, the process could be much easier.
From bartending robots to giant board games, this year's Bay Area Maker Faire was full of fun and unique exhibits. But what else would you expect from a fair that encourages creativity and a DIY-spirit?
Arduino has already made it easier to build your own electronics projects. Now, the microcontroller board maker to entering the robotics market with what it calls the first official Arduino on wheels.
Former Baltimore cop Mark Haywood builds functional humanoid robot from household appliances.
The research is backed by the U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center and the Office of Naval Research, which are looking for self-powering, autonomous robots to do underwater surveillance or to monitor the environment.
SOINN powers a robot that can think, learn and act independently. SOINN can now new things through the Internet. Halp.