Cockroaches may have a bad rap, but they inspired researchers to build a clever robot that can jam its body into cramped spaces.
Stewart Butterfield doesn't think email is going away as he discusses the meteoric rise of the highly valued startup that grew from a failed game.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have designed a system that allows its VelociRoach robot to launch an ornithopter micro-aerial vehicle.
This week on Crave, we explore robots with elevated levels of freaky, like the cockroach robot that might someday find you buried under a pile rubble. Let's kick it up a notch with a robot that makes facial expressions and another one that prints portraits in blood. Make sure you're sitting down because this is not for the faint of heart.
Robots are getting extra creepy these days. Here's a quick look at a few bots sure to haunt your nightmares.
A cold-tolerant species of roach is calling New York City home and fueling the nightmares of residents.
The search giant's new Doodle honors the 130th birthday of the famous writer.
By fitting cockroaches with microphones and speakers, rescuers may be able to detect voices of people in trapped buildings.
In what they dub a marriage of behavioral neuroscience and neural engineering, the minds at Backyard Brains have mounted a Kickstarter project that lets you build your own cyborg out of a bug.
Almost as certain as death and taxes is the cockroach. Now one artist has turned the tables on the pesky arthropod by taming it with some tech components and Twitter.