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Facebook Testing Helicopter Drone That Can Provide Internet Access

04/20/2017, In the event of an emergency where infrastructure has been damaged, communication is key and one of the ways we rely on communications these days is through the internet, but if the internet is down, how will that work? Granted there are other means, but...

Russia Says Robot Being Taught To Use Guns Is ‘Not A Terminator’

04/17/2017, Russia has been trying to teach a robot to shoot guns out of both hands. This has led to concerns that perhaps the country is developing a combat machine of sorts which may be used as a weapon when the need arises. Russia’s deputy Prime Minister, Dmitry...

Drones Used To Help Pick Up Dog Poop

04/16/2017, The thing about taking your dogs out to public areas is that you’ve got to be responsible when it comes to picking up their poop. After all if you don’t like it if another person were to poop in the park in the open, how is leaving behind your dog’s...

Japan’s Volleyball Team Is Training With Robots

04/14/2017, While robots don’t necessarily have the same kind of instincts or intuition that humans do, they do most faster and they don’t tire, which means that in some situations robots might be more ideal than humans. Over in Japan, it seems that the...

Yelp Will Begin Testing Robot Food Delivery In San Francisco

04/12/2017, It is no secret that many companies envision a future in which robots will do a lot of the heavy lifting, whether it be in a factory, or simple tasks like food delivery. In fact that future is very near because it seems that Yelp’s Eat24 will be testing...

Domino’s To Use Robots To Deliver Pizza In Europe

03/30/2017, If you are living in Europe, or to be more specific Germany or the Netherlands, don’t be surprised if your pizza orders from Domino’s are delivered by robots. This is because the company has recently announced that they will begin using robots to make...

Operating A Drone In Canada Just Got A Lot Harder

03/26/2017, With consumer drones being relatively new technology, it wasn’t surprising that it took regulators awhile to come up with rules on how they should be operated. For example in the US, drone owners are required to register their drones with the FAA, which...

Watch Amazon’s Prime Air Make Its First Public Drone Delivery

03/24/2017, We know that Amazon has plans to make drone deliveries a thing. The company has been testing it out for the past few years, but it seems that recently in California, Amazon’s Prime Air drone delivery program just made its first public demo delivery at a...

Police In The UK Will Have A 24/7 Drone Squad

03/22/2017, Not only do drones make for good vehicles for delivering items, but they’re great at capturing video and photo from angles that would normally be impossible without expensive gear or renting a helicopter. This is also why they make for great...

DxOMark Will Now Start To Test Drone Cameras As Well

03/15/2017, If you’re a geek when it comes to your cameras, DxOMark is usually a pretty good place to go for camera benchmarks. So far the website has benchmarked consumer cameras and smartphone cameras, but now it seems that they will also be benchmarking and...

Flippy Is A Robot That Will Be Flipping Burgers At CaliBurger

03/08/2017, It is no secret that in the future robots could be replacing some of the jobs that we do. We’re already seeing this in factories where robots are replacing humans on the assembly line namely because they can work more efficiently and require no rest,...

Robots Could Be Used To Wear Flesh To Help With Transplants

03/06/2017, Science and medicine have advanced to a point where we could soon be growing transplants, which means that waiting around for a donor could become a thing of the past in the future. However growing a transplants versus harvesting it from a human body are...

Virginia Is The First State To Legalize Robot Deliveries

03/03/2017, As it stands there are quite a few companies out there looking to make drone deliveries a reality, although we guess there is still a fair bit of legal and regulatory hurdles to overcome before that happens. However over in the state of Virginia, it seems...