Robots! Lawns! iPhones! Three marvelous things that desperately need combining. Husqvarna has stepped up to the plate, with a robo-mower you can control from your phone.
Disney/ABC joins Hulu, Verizon broadband subscribers hope for free Wi-Fi, and Google trades lawnmowers for goats.
Swedish company is adding to its robotic lawnmower line with a solar hybrid that uses the sun's energy to extend the time between recharging its nickel metal hydride battery.
The "Automower Solar Hybrid" is a greener version of the Roomba of lawnmowers.
The "GOAT" uses a motor that runs on both gasoline and electricity.
Samsung is reported to be working on a virtual reality headset that could beat Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus into shops.
A former government contractor says he was fired after Google's search engine autocompleted his attempted "How to make a radio-controlled airplane" by offering the word "bomb."
Billed as the "world's first intelligent robot lawn mower," the Indego autonomously avoids your garden gnomes and other lawn obstacles.
Facebook releases the launch ad for its new attempt to take over your Android phone. Here, Home takes over an airplane, with some interesting characters.
The automaker finally commercializes its vaunted robotics know-how for home use. The Miimo will start munching grass in Europe early next year.