A mini factory-style robot arm tries its mechanical hand at applying makeup. The results aren't pretty.
A Dutch shipping company is tooting its own horn after sending a 3D printer through the mail as it creates a trumpet for the package recipient to play upon delivery.
A robot that can fly, perch on walls and climb vertical surfaces; also, a shipping company sends a 3D printer through the mail while it makes a trumpet.
Commentary: Forget robot overlords and dystopian futures. Palmer Luckey looks to the bright (and boring) side of what tech has in store.
This year's International Home and Housewares show has us excited, but here are the five small appliances we already know about that we're most eager to try.
As machines increasingly sense what's going on and take action on their own, robots are blending into the world of humans, a robotics group leader says.
April 1 -- time for a wry chuckle over jokes that the former college improv geniuses now working in Silicon Valley have thought up for April Fools' Day. Sure, it's self-promotion disguised as comedy, but some of these almost had us fooled!
When "Mystery Science Theater 3000" robot co-hosts Crow and Servo audition for "The Force Awakens" we learn the plight of droid typecasting and why not all robots feel like beeping.
A "telepresence robot" is currently holding a place for a woman in Sydney who will be one of the first in the world to own Apple's latest smartphone.
Joining the jetpacks corps, why people should stay quiet if they're going to abuse Autopilot in their Teslas, a robot movie star, eSports at Blizzcon 2015, and discussing "The Autobiography of James T. Kirk" with author David A. Goodman.