Ashley discusses one company's vision of temporary tattoos topped with tech, improving NASA's Robonaut 5 by challenging university teams to improve upon it and a health monitor that requires a patient to ingest a tiny microphone inside a pill.
Chaotic Moon's "Tech Tat" is designed to be a temporary biomonitor. It can be placed anywhere on the human body, making it more discreet than a wrist wearable, and biometrics it gathers are sent to an easy to use app.
MIT and Northeastern teams will compete to make NASA's 6-foot-tall humanoid robot, also called R5, more useful for space exploration.
After numerous delays, the space transport company sends its Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft into orbit to carry cargo to the International Space Station. Next up: get that rocket back.
Designed to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge, this "female" robot could be the precursor to robo-astronauts that will help colonize Mars.
Jeff Cannata visits NASA's Johnson's Space Center in Houston and checks out various robotic technologies, including Robonaut 2, the space agency's humanoid robot and an Iron Man-like exoskeleton suit.
In this week's episode, we unbox the BlackBerry Q10 for keyboard die-hards, road-test three action cameras with some radical motocross riders, and finish up our trip to NASA with a look at their robotics program.
What could go wrong by putting a 330-pound humanoid robot on the International Space Station? Decades of science fiction stories can't be insanely far-fetched.
NASA's humanoid bot will join Howie Long on the Fox Pregame Show to predict the Super Bowl MVP.
Military bots were well represented in the voting for the 2012 inductees. Left out in the cold: Robonaut and Johnny 5.