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Forget dollhouses, footballs and jigsaw puzzles - kids today want tech in their toys.
At a humble Tokyo laboratory, Godzilla, including the 1954 black-and-white original, is stomping back with a digital makeover that delivers four times the image quality of high definition.
Several Godzilla and Mothra movies will be airing in September on the Sony Movie Channel.
Whoever said printers are boring clearly hasn't laid their eyes on this, a new robotic printer from the folks at Fuji Xerox.
Hank shares the nuts-and-bolts of the world's first robot swarm, and explains what the creepy, cute and extinct animal known as Hallucigenia can teach us about evolution.
South Georgia Medical Center has been using the robot for about four years now, but wants the public to be more aware of it so that more people may consult their doctor about using it.
When Harvard University scientists said a couple of weeks ago that they had created robots that can work together in large numbers without guidance toward a common goal, I was surprised by the lack of reaction from doomsayers warning about a robotic apocalypse.
Google made waves on Thursday by revealing its secret project to deliver dog food to areas of rural Australia via drones.
Researchers are creating a single, massive repository of robot knowledge so machines around the world can learn from each other.
Robotics PhD student Luke Wood works on KASPAR, a robot built at the University of Hertfordshire to help autistic children, in the Robotville exhibition at the Science Museum on November 29, 2011, in London, England.
The technological creations are taking on serious roles in the classroom. With the accelerating rate of robotic technology, school administrators all over the world are plotting how to implement them in education, from elementary through high school.
Google is building a fleet of drone aircraft that can bypass earthbound traffic so packages can be delivered to people more quickly in the United States.
Many of our livelihoods are under threat as boffins develop 'droids capable of standing in for us - here are some of the most fascinating One man and his dog? Old hat.
It's half the size of the Statue of Liberty, has flashing eyes and steam rising from its body as it towers over puny humans by Tokyo Bay.
Male tAongara frogs need to watch their back while wooing the ladies. Their sexy moves, which involve calling out while inflating their vocal sac By using plastic robo-frogs equipped with artificial air sacs, Wouter Halfwerk from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and his colleagues have figured out which cues are detected by ... (more)
Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson could be working on a Roomba rival, if a new teaser video is anything to go by, as the British firm prepares for a new product launch next month.
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