World Cup 2014 begins on Thursday, June 12.
Finally, a chicken robot battles a normal robot. Caught on YouTube.
If you've been following Robo-One 12 vicariously, welcome to the motherlode. Robot Watch recently posted a smorgasbord of videos showcasing the best demos and battles from the recent bipedal robot competition.
Robots Dreams has a video montage of this year's bipedal robot competition in Japan that showcases this year's special challenge: to have robots catch and throw a ball.
The Army is getting ready to ship a trio of A160 Hummingbirds to Afghanistan for a trial run with the Argus sensor system.
Adventurer and explorer George Kourounis snapped a self-portrait at the bottom of Marum Crater, a volcanic location so inhospitable, it's possible fewer people have been there than have been to the moon. Where would you want to go if you could snap a selfie anywhere?
A robot made by a Japanese start-up that Google has bought has won a rescue competition organised by Darpa in the US.
One of the challenges of this year's Robo-One bipedal robot competition was to have a robot play catch. As this video shows, robot King Kizer took that challenge to another level altogether.
President Obama got a rare opportunity to stroke the nose of a robo-giraffe at the White House Maker Faire Wednesday.
Google has confirmed it's acquired a company that makes robots for the military. But what's it planning?
The battle-tested PackBot 510 will join soldiers, police, and drones to keep the World Cup safe from threats. Will these 30 bots kick a ball around too?