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.
From CNET Magazine: If self-driving proponents have their say, the most gratifying part of future trips will be kicking up our feet to read a book while our cars automatically take us to our destinations.
Top-of-the-line models from Roomba and Neato each clean better than the PowerBot while costing hundreds less. We're sticking with those.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have built a robot that can build other robots, test them, and improve on the results.
Ocean Alliance teams up with the former "Star Trek" captain to help raise money for snot-collecting drones for whale research.
Open up an infinite array of possible pancake designs with the $299 PancakeBot.
Among the dozens of robots present at the New York trade show this week, one helps autistic children practice social skills and another is a roving kiosk for big-box stores.
Aleph Objects' new $1,350 LulzBot Mini 3D Printer promises to print fast, be easy to use and support all different types of filaments.
Ring is a significant step up from Doorbot and its upcoming weather-sensing features show promise, but I'm still a little concerned about its ability to stream a consistently decent video.
A pair of Vienna-based designers have created a robotic makeup application device -- to highlight how the perfection of automated systems can be ill-suited to the uniqueness of humans.