You may have the hots for a bot if you've swiped right on a malware-peddling profile in dating app Tinder.
RoboEarth, meant to be a Web community where caregiving bots can autonomously swap knowledge, is about to be demonstrated. Please don't let the Terminator have access to this thing.
Both good bots and bad bots can be found lurking online -- looking to either drive traffic or wreak havoc.
The largest-ever edition of Tokyo's iRex robot trade show promotes ideas for an aging society.
A new Kickstarter campaign hopes to fund autonomous underwater robots that will navigate the depths to repair threatened coral reefs.
Need to be in two places at once? Perhaps a robot can come to the rescue. Companies in Silicon Valley are developing mobile bots to connect people for teleconferencing or just keeping in touch. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Controlled by a smartphone app, these toys -- a helicopter, a tank, and more -- can shoot infrared bullets, fly, kick balls and climb rough terrain.
The battle-tested PackBot 510 will join soldiers, police, and drones to keep the World Cup safe from threats. Will these 30 bots kick a ball around too?
Solve Media says 10 percent of all online traffic is generated by bots, which hurt publishers and advertisers by generating fake ad clicks and false user accounts.
You've got a friend in Luke Westaway, who shows you what's hot at this year's London Toy Fair in this video.