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Patent Suggests Amazon Will Use Parachutes To Make Drone Deliveries

02/14/2017, Amazon’s plans to eventually use drones to make package deliveries isn’t new. The idea is that the drone will fly to a customer’s house, land in front of their door or driveway, the customer picks up the package and they’re good to go. However as...

Passenger Drones Will Be A Thing In Dubai

02/14/2017, At the moment we think of drones mostly as devices that are used to take photos or videos, or in some cases used to make deliveries. However in Dubai, you can soon expect drones to ferry people around as well. According to a report by AP, passenger drones...

The AirSelfie Is A Drone That Fits Into Your Pocket

02/05/2017, The only downside to taking selfies with cameras is that unless it is equipped with a wide-angle lens, sometimes it’s hard to fit everyone into a group shot, or it is hard to give proper background information so that people know where you are. This is...

Vespa’s Owner Unveils A Personal Cargo Robot

01/30/2017, Walking and carrying several bags of groceries can be a bit of a chore, but sometimes this is necessary if you don’t have car, or you’re trying to save on gas, or you forgot your bus pass, and so on. However in the future that may no longer be...

Panasonic Deploys Its HOSPI Robot At Japan’s Airports

01/27/2017, It is no secret that Japan loves its robots. We’ve seen robots deployed in the country for all kinds of uses, whether it be to greet customers at a store or to help them check into a hotel. That being said, the next time you were to visit Japan and you...

Bots_Alive Is A Kit That Makes Robots Smarter Using AI

01/24/2017, It’s one thing to be able to manually remote control drones or robots, but it’s another thing to have them control themselves. Putting aside our fears that one day there will be a robot uprising, in the meantime the possibilities of autonomous robots...

Researchers Develop A ‘Soft Robot’ That Helps Your Heart Beat

01/19/2017, We’ve seen how robots can be used in factories to automate tasks and lift heavy objects. We’ve also seen how it can be used to help humans move parts of their bodies that they can’t. We’ve also seen robots being used to educate kids on coding, so...

Man Arrested After Flying Drone Too Close To A Passenger Jet

01/17/2017, Drone flies dangerously close to jet in #Zhejiang province, person detained by police & incident is being investigated pic.twitter.com/vGN920IpJC — People’s Daily,China (@PDChina) January 16, 2017 There is a reason why companies like DJI have...

This Robot Will Teach Your Kids How To Code

01/17/2017, Do you want your kids to learn how to code? If you’re unable to teach them yourself because you don’t have enough time or don’t know how to code yourself, perhaps you can outsource the job to Kubo, an intelligent robot that’s going...

Canada To Get Drone Delivery Service By End Of 2017

01/16/2017, It’s starting to look like drone delivery will be a thing we can look forward to in the future. Around the world various countries and companies are testing out drones to deliver the mail, deliver packages, deliver blood, and so on, which is why it...

Samsung To Focus More On Wearables Than Robots

01/12/2017, One of the promises LG made ahead of CES 2017 is that they would be using the event to show off more of their robots, and sure enough they did. However amidst the rush of companies to show off their robotics technology, one company was oddly missing:...

ElliQ Is A Stylish Robot Designed For The Elderly

01/11/2017, They say that the mind is usually the first thing to go when you get older, which is why it is typically recommended for older people to keep themselves mentally stimulated. This can come in all sorts of ways, such as picking up a hobby, talking with...

The Pentagon Is Testing Out A Micro Drone Swarm

01/10/2017, If you’ve played StarCraft, then chances are you might have come across a Protoss unit called the Carrier which is basically a massive ship that can deploy a swarm of tiny drones to overwhelm the enemy (see video below). It’s practically science...