Classic Blue Willow-pattern plates get a modern makeover with the addition of a giant robot.
CNET's Jessica Dolcourt brings you an exclusive first look at a new bendable glass as thin as your business card.
Following a report that it will close, the popular startup says it will instead become a self-sustaining company.
Glass so thin and pliable it bends? CNET gets ahead of the curve with Corning's future tech for smartphones and more.
Corning's Willow Glass should start shipping on smartphones and tablets in early 2014.
Get your one-armed PR2s for only $285,000. They're perfect for robot-human arm-wrestling.
I got to kick the tires on Willow Garage's Texai robot, piloting it around the company's offices in Menlo Park, Calif. The Texai emphasizes man over machine.
The company says its open-source PR2 machines are a big step toward all-purpose robots. Now 11 R&D teams from around the world will get a crack at making that happen.
Willow Garage hosted an open house Wednesday evening to introduce the first round of PR2 robots being made available to researcher and developers. With a mission to accelerate the advancement of open-source robotics software and development, the Menlo Park, Calif., company has now awarded 11 institutions a chance to see what they can do with the PR2 robots.
How do you jump-start the move toward all-purpose robots? Willow Garage uses open-source software and enlists 11 top research organizations.