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Robots Can Now Ask For Computational Help Via Web-based Database

03/08/2013, Robots have a tough life as it is considering the majority of them have to listen to our dumb orders all day long that have them performing mundane tasks like cutting up large logs to produce some stools. We’re sure there are times robots have no...

REEM-H2, the humanoid service robot

03/18/2011, The REEM-H2, a humanoid robot that made its debut at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Complex awhile ago will be a lot more common in the future. After being impressed with its performance, the United Arab Emirates has ordered another twenty units that...

Be careful of fake Japan relief websites

03/15/2011, The Internet Crime Complaint Center has just issued an alert to users, warning them about fraudulent Japan relief websites that have been sprouting up all over the internet ever since the terrible earthquake and tsunami last week. Heartless fraudsters...

Equipois x-Ar exoskeleton makes repetitive tasks easier

03/11/2011, Equipois, a company that specializes in creating tools that help users to lift heavy objects has recently come up with a new product called the x-Ar. The x-Ar is an exoskeletal arm support system that lets users move their arms freely without fatigue or...

Google Person Finder for 2011 Japan Earthquake

03/11/2011, In light of yesterday and today’s earthquakes in Japan, Google has launched a new version of its Person Finder service to help people locate friends and family who have been caught in the natural disasters. The website is basically a directory and...

Facebook now has a suicide help system

03/07/2011, Ever since “Facebook suicides” have started becoming a “trend”, the social networking service has decided to step in to help. In case you haven’t heard, people have been using Facebook to post their suicide notes and final...

Helmet face shield does its bit to reduce troop brain injuries

11/22/2010, While our brave young men and women protect the interests of the US at home and abroad, they are often exposed to dangers from outside. Well, you can never quite tell which civilian has a home made bomb tied around his or her body, and neither can you...