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Miuro – a robot for your iPod

It seems like there is a dozen new iPod accessories released every day, but what we haven't seen so far is a robot. Well,...

Robot store to open in Japan

Having trouble finding a reliable place to buy your robots and robot-related items? Move to Japan. The world's first store dedicated entirely to the...

D2V-ZN: programmable robot on the move

Here we have another programmable robot out of South Korea. This one has a not-at-all catchy name, D2V-ZN, and it's from D2E Robotics. Still,...

USRobotics unveils two new Skype phones

USRobotics has come up with a couple more ways for us to easily use Skype, but the two new phones that they unveiled both...

Robonova robot army walks, flips, dances

Ally McBeal may have had a dancing baby, but you can now get your hands on a much more techie version in the form...

Land Walker: 10-foot-tall ‘armed’ robot

We're getting a Star Wars vibe from this one, specifically on the ice planet of Hoth. This is something that mere mortals can operate,...

Genibo: the robot dog returns

It didn't take the robot aficionados long to get a new pet dog. This sounds a lot like Aibo, but it's not really. It's...

Doctor Nemo, a nanorobot to swim through your veins

Sounds like something out of a Jules Verne story. A team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon have released word of a micro-sized robot that they...

R7 robot provides a different sort of walkabout

Not sure how many uses you can find for this one, but there it is all the same. It's the R7, a walkable robot...

4WD robot flaps circles around the competition

Check this out: a ground robot that has four-wheel drive, and that's just the beginning. It's called the Spybot 4WD, and its made by MacroSwiss....

Robots could flap paper wings and fly

Can paper move a robot? Researchers in South Korea think so, and they are out to prove it. A team at Inha University has discovered...

Samsung to release pair of robot room cleaners

Some people enjoy cleaning, but I am definitely not one of those people. With the advances in technology these days, we're already seeing some...

Microsoft strides into robotics fray

Microsoft is getting into the robotics game, with a whole toolkit of Windows-based resources and a fistful of funding for a research group to...

A school tale of two robots

Isaac Asimov would be proud. A New York teenager isn't letting his stay in a hospital get in the way of his schooling. Using a...

Robot controlled by brain waves

Maybe you've seen an episode of a science fiction show in which a person has wires connecting his head to a machine. The suggestion...

Robot-driven cars get next challenge

In late 2007, the next Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Grand Challenge will take place. It's a car race with robots at the wheel. The...

A “robotic” gearbox from Renault

While images of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2 are immediately conjured up by the idea of robots taking over the world, Renault isn't set...

Navy orders more iRobot bomb destroyers

More robots are on the way, and the Navy couldn't be happier. The U.S. Navy has placed an order for 213 more iRobot bomb disposal...

Researchers’ dream: bacteria to power robots

Think of it as electronic photosynthesis. A team of researchers made up of scientists from two American universities envisions using a strain of bacteria as...

Jindo the robot dog knows more tricks than Aibo

If you were a fan of Aibo, Sony’s robot dog, and you were sad to see him go out of production, this news will...

Citizen Eco-Be is one tiny rolling robot

Several companies are at work trying to make better and better robots. Citizen hasn’t been one of them up to now, but they have...

Voice-Activated R2-D2 AstroMech Robot from Hammacher

R2-D2 it is you. It IS you! Forget the R2 models and figures you played with in the past, this Voice-Activated R2-D2 from Hammacher...

Surgery in space will be possible with robots

Up until now, if you were in space and you needed surgery you were pretty much out of luck. Well, not anymore. A team...

USRobotics forays in VoIP Products, Internet Phone Launch Next Month

USRobotics this week announced its foray into the $493 million Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) equipment market. The company has planned to begin launching...

U.S. Robotics launches 802.11g USB Adapter

U.S. Robotics announced a new 802.11g Wireless USB 2.0 device. This device will be both USB 1.1 and 2.0 compliant and will use accelerated...

SK Telecom unveils Security Robot

According to Korea Times -- "A new sophisticated robot will be able to guard your home around the clock and keep you informed on...

Epson Develops World’s Smallest Flying Microrobot

Tokyo, Japan -- Seiko Epson Corporation has developed the uFR ("Micro Flying Robot"), the world's smallest flying prototype microrobot. Epson developed the uFR to...

Samsung Unveils High-tech Robot Vacuum Cleaner

The home will never be the same again. Renowned for its innovation, Samsung Electronics has unveiled a trailblazing product that may transform the domestic...

Sony Unveils the ERS-7 Third Generation AIBO Entertainment Robot

Entertainment Robot America (ERA), the division of Sony Electronics Inc. (SEL) responsible for the iconic series of autonomous AIBO(R) Entertainment Robots, announced today that...

iRobot Roomba Robotic FloorVac Gets Even Smarter

iRobot, creator of the first affordable robotic vacuum, today added two new models to its popular Roomba(R) Robotic FloorVac family, offering consumers more power...

World’s Smallest Robot

Popular Mechanics reports: ""It's small enough to "turn on a dime and park on a nickel," or so say the inventors of a 1cm-tall...

Seiko Epson Develops Power-Saving, Bluetooth-Controlled Micro Robot in Palmtop Size

Seiko Epson Corp has developed a small robot with a volume of 7.8cm3 and that weighs 12.5g. Named Monsieur II-P, it succeeds Monsieur, the first...

Sony Debuts High-Speed AIBO ERS-210A and ERS-220A Entertainment Robots

Entertainment Robot America (ERA), a division of Sony Electronics Inc., today announced the release of two upgraded high-speed AIBO„µ Entertainment Robots . The new...

Evolution Robotics Introduces the ER1 – The First Personal Robot System for Consumers

Evolution Robotics™ Inc., a robotics technology company, today unveiled the Evolution Robotics ER1™, a personal robot system designed for the home and workplace, at...

Panasonic Develops “Vacuum Cleaning Robot”

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., best known worldwide for its Panasonic-brand products, today announced it is developing a vacuum cleaning robot for household use...

Sony Develops SDR-4X a Small Biped Entertainment Robot

Sony Corporation today announced the development of a prototype small biped entertainment robot "SDR-4X" that can adapt its performance to its environment and situations...

Necoro Robocat, the New Robotic Pet

Omron Corporation will begin selling as a new product a cat type communication robot from November 20. Orders can be placed at Takashimaya (limited...

Murata Proposes Bluetooth-Enabled Humanoid Robot

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. announced the development of a humanoid robot equipped with a Bluetooth module. Murata proposed the concept of humanoid robots by taking...

Sony Expands Aibo Entertainment Robot Line by Debuting New Models

Underscoring its vision to bring a new form of entertainment into every U.S. household, the Entertainment Robot America (ERA) unit of Sony Electronics will...

PINO the Humanoid Robot

The next generation of robot research will study the formation of relations between humans and humanoids. The exterior design of the robot will...

Motorola and Flashline Demonstrate the Ultimate Wireless Lego Robot

Using a mobile phone to remotely control a robot might sound like science fiction, but it's a reality that Motorola (NYSE: MOT) and Flashline...

The Smallest Robot Ever

Imagine a remote-controlled swarm of roach-sized tanks storming into a building through the pipes and vents. Armed with the proper sensors, cameras and communication...

Palm Pilots now becoming Robots

By Daniel Sorid Palm Pilot application No. 413: sending it for coffee. Ambitious owners of personal organizer can now move beyond such passe uses such as...

Forget Disappearing Completely from the Internet: Detox Your Social Media Presence Instead

Most people will never admit how hooked they are on social media. For some, it has become part and parcel of their daily lives...

Searching for the Sounds of Technology at CES 2017

The recent CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2017 at Las Vegas was a visual technology feast of endless gadgets that delighted the eye. But did...

The Global Dependence on Technology is Bringing Back Programmers as a Major Workforce

With the growing demand and dependence of the world on technology comes the growing demand for programmers that will increase exponentially over the next...

Technology Will Never Replace Human Intelligence

There’s common talk today of automation replacing people because of technology. Technology is definitely advancing at a rapid rate, and in today’s click-driven environment,...

Finding Life on Mars May Require Spelunking Rather than Exploring the Surface

Recently, an International team of astronauts have been exploring the inner deep caverns of caves in Italy. The purpose is to train them in...

Sony Unveils Its New PS4 Slim for Europe and Japan, and Its Glacier White...

Stand a Sony PlayStation 4 Slim and Microsoft Xbox One S side-by-side and what do you get? Both have great access to UHD video...

Nokia and Blackberry are Back from the Dead at CES 2017 and They’re not...

When thousands of people and enthusiasts descended on Las Vegas for CES 2017 last week, many must have felt like they’d seen a ghost,...

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