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WrapGoogle updates Nexus lineup, Tesla's autopilot software update is coming, Google and Microsoft drop lawsuits and a humanoid robot gives us a glimpse of the future. Follow host Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb.
The line outside Apple's Palo Alto store for the iPhone 6S wasn't entirely human. A tele-presence robot brought a touch of the future.
DARPA scientist and former astronaut Pam Melroy with an interesting idea: Can we build an in-orbit station to repair and upgrade satellites?
Yaskawa's Motoman robots are still on the cutting edge, 31 years after it terminated the original Terminator.
A new generation of drones is smaller and more affordable, but has serious drawbacks.
It can still teach your kid a little about robotics, but Ollie is mostly about driving as fast as you can.
Meet Pepper the robot. It’s in stores now, and will be in homes soon in Japan.
Silicon Valley startup Unbounded Robotics wants to make its $50,000 robot a platform to develop the industrial workplace robot of the future. Follow reporter Melissa Aparicio on Twitter @MelisAparicio
The springs give Roboy's movements fluidity, which is different than the sometimes stiff movements in other robots.
NAO is a nearly two-foot tall humanoid robot made by Paris-based Aldebaran Robotics currently used for research, but destined for the consumer market. While companion robots are seen as easing the lives of humans, they also raise privacy concerns.