Photography machines prompt yawns from the big cats, but capture stunning images for National Geographic.
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.
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.
UC Berkeley researchers develop a micro-size robotic muscle that's 1,000 times stronger than the paltry muscles we humans depend on.
Flying, crawling, shooting and rolling: the best little moving vehicles and critters from the Toy Fair floor.
The cheaper version of the popular micro PC uses a third of the power as its predecessor, making it perfect for battery or solar-powered projects.
Disney and Carnegie Mellon explore the softer side of 3D printing with a technique that uses fibers to create snuggly objects.
Robots being co-developed by Georgia Tech can scoot along the floor and map out the interior of a building by sharing data.
The camera add-on will likely have a 5-megapixel sensor, and should be on sale in a month or two.
This "atmospheric satellite" flies at 65,000 feet, and could provide satellite-style services for a fraction of the cost.