The robot, which weighs about three-hundredths of an ounce, is manipulated by magnetic fields and has the potential for use in clean rooms or hazardous environments.
This robot's magnetized wheels allow it to roll up a hull so it can find out what's going on aboard a seized ship.
A plan to develop swarms of micro-robots that can build things all on their own, including other robots, might signal that the end is nigh.
Billed as the world's fastest micro-robot, Skitterbot is perfect for scaring friends who loathe insects, especially robotic ones. USB controllable.
Too busy trying unsuccessfully to stream Apple's music event to a non-Apple device this week to keep up with Crave? Here's what you missed.
AT&T had an outage yesterday morning in the bay area due to fiber-optical cables being cut. This didn't just affect landlines, but cell phones as well. Rafe describes the dangers hackers would face in trying to cut those cables.