Hipster companies and home-brew experimenters may be able to slake their thirst for small batches of beer with little effort thanks to a Northern Ireland startup's $4,000 automated system.
An Australian Engineer brings us an imaginative new way to fall to your death. Plus, a new kind of beerbot, a gadget charger for nuclear winter, a breakfast-making robot duo, and a sensual (and therapeutic) new way to use your Microsoft Kinect.
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Oprah's giving away iPads, Nokia's developing ice technologies, Netflix offers a streaming-only plan, and Donald updates us on the latest in beer-serving robots.
Online retailer CScout is now selling the Asahi Robocco BeerBot for $799, plus shipping.
This week on Crave, there's a hidden euphemism in just about everything, but you'll have to listen for the juiciest bits.
The T-shirt has a beer bot with integrated bottle opener. For 21+, natch.
Willow Garage boffins have tweaked their PR2 robot to fetch beer from the fridge. And you didn't think humanoids were useful.
Eric Franklin once again invades the Crave podcast and is more than happy to provide his opinion on how unrealistic our latest Lego obsession is.
A chip engineer's simple dream--to build a robot that can bring him a cold one--turns into a years-long home-brewed robotics project.