The largest-ever edition of Tokyo's iRex robot trade show promotes ideas for an aging society.
A California couple wonders whether their GPS is sending them down the right road. It isn't. But they keep going anyway. Then they are mired.
A robot copy of Beicho Katsura III, a master comic storyteller in Japan, takes the stage in Osaka and gets a few laughs.
Rehabilitation researchers at Kobe Gakuin University are developing a chair that levitates. But it won't let you leap buildings with the push of a button.
TRW is working on a fully retractable steering wheel that gets out of your way every time you get in or out of your motor. That could be good news if you like a pie.
It seems that one only has to accidentally hack through one cable in order to bring the Internet of two countries to a halt.
With its new Clio, Renault offers the first-ever OEM front swivel seat, allowing for better entrance and egress for passengers with limited mobility.
The ECG necklace is able to monitor one's heart even in loud environments, and can transmit data wirelessly to a computer within 10 miles.
NTT DoCoMo's products reflect the country's aging population
Wearable walking assistance device is based on technology used to create an "advanced humanoid robot."