While we don't yet have Jaegers, smaller versions of the Hollywood fighting robots are itching for a fight. The CraveCast crew discusses the robot renaissance, and "Ant-Man" (no spoilers!)
The $1.3 million rideable robot gets the Microsoft Windows treatment for the Windows Spring Festival 2014 held at Akihabara, Japan.
A working, wearable Japanese exoskeleton gets bulked up, thanks to some inspiration from a popular manga series.
The Oxford Dictionary welcomes a swarm of new entries, including matcha, mecha, subreddit and manic pixie dream girl.
The nation's great steel hope is looking to raise funds to battle Japan's meanest robot next year in a true battle of the Pacific Rim.
An international team has developed robot water-striders. Is this more evidence of a coming awesome robot apocalypse?
Now that America's MegaBots and Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industries have both built giant, pilot-controlled robots, it seems obvious what has to happen next.
Sakakibara Kikai's latest drivable robot exoskeleton comes with a power drill hand. What else could junior want?
If you've ever wanted your very own mech suit, you may now be able to snap one up for just 120 million yen -- if you live in the Kanto region of Japan. Oh, and there are other caveats too.
Weeby thinks the way to hire superstar engineers in hypercompetitive Silicon Valley is to pay them like superstars, to the tune of $1 million over four years, and be totally transparent about it.