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Ladybird Solar-Powered Robot Could Help Farm Hands

06/30/2014, Farming is long and hard work, but it can be rewarding too, especially when you take into consideration that you know what exactly you are eating. Not only that, it gives you a greater appreciation of nature, but why not enlist the help of technology to...

BugJuggler Robot Juggles Cars, How’s That For A Trick?

06/30/2014, Robots are starting to be more and more pervasive in our world, never mind that they have long ruled assembly and inspection lines in factories. Japan has a couple of robot museum guides who look so lifelike, they might have just taken a huge leap into...

Robot Understands Natural Language Commands

06/26/2014, After so many years of working, developing and refining Honda’s ASIMO robot, plenty of work still needs to be done in order to help it understand humans better. You still cannot bark orders at ASIMO for it to bring you a drink, or pick up your socks....

Are Peeping Toms Using Drones Now?

06/24/2014, The use of drones by the masses have certainly raised its fair share of concern by certain quarters – and the FAA has even gone ahead to ban the use of drones when it comes to deliveries. It looks like the Amazon Prime Air program would find it...

Mars Rover Curiosity Celebrates First Anniversary With A Selfie

06/24/2014, Selfies are a hot trend these days. It looks like as if everyone who has a smartphone with a front-facing camera is in on this, everyone from your average joe and jane to celebrities and politicians. We now welcome something entirely different in the...

CNN Explores Possibility Of Drones In Reporting

06/24/2014, When it comes to the use of drones, there are many viewpoints to the situation. Some places like U.S. national parks have banned drones outright for the right reasons, while there are also others like the French football team who were spied on by a drone....

Robot Guide In Tokyo Museum Enters The Uncanny Valley

06/24/2014, When it comes to the world of robots, making them look lifelike is one thing, but mimicking the movement as well as nuances of an ordinary human is even more challenging, not to mention when it starts to speak. Well, the Japanese have a long and rich...

USF To Allow Students To Borrow Drones From The Library

06/24/2014, Drones are expensive. Or at least the good ones are, so if you’ve always wanted to try your hand at flying a drone whether it be for fun or to film some pretty cool angles, you might require some capital. Well the good news is that if you’re a student...

DoDo Pizza In Russia Delivers Pizza Using Drones

06/23/2014, The use of drones might have been restricted across all national parks in the U.S., but this does not mean it is no longer relevant in our everyday lives. In fact, Domino’s Pizza has been seen using drones to deliver pies within the shortest time...

Robot Valet At Duesseldort Airport, Germany Parks Your Vehicle

06/23/2014, Traveling is an adventure by itself, as many a well-heeled or jet set person will be able to tell you. Open yourself to the unexpected, and you will see just how beautiful our world is. However, in our jam-packed lives, preparing to travel itself can be...

U.S. National Parks Ban Unmanned Aircraft

06/22/2014, Early May, we did bring you word that drones were not welcomed at the Yosemite National Park as well as at Zion National Park. It seems that this particular ban is not limited to just those two parks, as the U.S. National Park Service has announced that...

Small Robot Arm Can Perform In-Womb Surgery

06/19/2014, Nobody likes the idea of going for surgery, but it is a necessary evil, so to speak, in order to bring about healing to a particular medical condition. Well, most of the surgeries are performed on children and adults, but what about those who are still in...