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An Italian engineering company has created a robotic exoskeleton that gives wearers superhero powers. But this one has a weak spot that Crave's Michael Franco spots in an instant.
A car guy in a romantic situation. This can only end well, right?
Just two days before the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history, Cyberdyne showed off its new Hal-5 suit at the inaugural International Forum on Cybernics 2011 in Tokyo.
To deal with catastrophes like the March quake and tsunamis, Japan will spend $14 million on a power exoskeleton and rescue robots.
The Hybrid Assistive Limb out of Japan promises to "expand and improve physical capability" up to tenfold, and could assist in rehabilitation and heavy labor.
Still grappling with the Fukushima nuclear crisis, Japan is belatedly developing a robotic exoskeleton for first responders.
We've seen some staggering corporate irresponsibility lately, but RBS can't hold a candle to the evil tech companies of fiction. We've run ten of our favourites up the flagpole to see who salutes
On today's episode, Molly issues a blanket un-curse to all who have suddenly discovered that Firefox has trouble with Flash. (But really, it's Firefox's fault.)
Computers make our lives easy in so many ways -- at least until they achieve self-awareness and decide to kill us all. Here's ten of our favourite evil computers, from movies, TV, comics and fiction