6 min ago | The Hartford Courant
As airplane makers gathered outside Paris to show off their newest high-tech jetliners on Monday, a less-heralded technology story was unfolding back home on the factory floors of the world's leading aerospace firms.
4 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
Swiss scientists have created a cat-like robot with the stability and agility to one day be used in search-and-rescue missions.
5 hrs ago | The Atlantic
A new study finds that labor's share of the world's income is plunging, and suggests the technology boom is to blame.
8 hrs ago | Canada Online Explorer
Artist's rendering by Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology of Lausanne released on June 17, 2013 of the "cheetah-cub robot."
10 hrs ago | New Statesman
Two weeks ago, I wrote about the idea of a citizen's income : the state replacing the vast majority of the benefit system with one cash payment made to everyone, regardless of employment or income.
10 hrs ago | Science Daily
Now, new research suggests that victimization may be one condition that leads us to perceive minds in others, even in entities we don't normally think of as having minds.
11 hrs ago | SlashGear.com
Vehicles being driven by robots is nothing new. We've seen that in Google's self-driving cars, as well as prototypes from Lexus and Audi .
14 hrs ago | R & D
Thanks to its legs, whose design faithfully reproduces feline morphology, EPFL's four-legged "cheetah-cub robot" has the same advantages as its model: It is small, light and fast.
16 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
When the going gets tough, get a robot. That was Ford's thinking years ago when development of ever-tougher trucks demanded testing the prototypes on ever-tougher test tracks.
17 hrs ago | KRCR
George Carlin once said, "I don't automatically wash my hands every time I go to the bathroom.
Ford announced its durability testing methods will now employ the help of robotic steering technology.
Wells Fargo's Walter Price says analysts aren't giving Google enough credit for growth in its mobile and video businesses and says the stock holds more opportunity than rival internet giant Yahoo.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are using snakes as a model for a series of robots that will having capabilities ranging from search and rescue operations to medical applications.
Entrepreneurs and investors are betting on a future full of flying robots that can be programmed to do anything from survey crops or wildlife to delivering vaccines to remote villages in Africa.
The idea of a "festival of the future" has an interesting history. Go back to the Great Exhibition of 1851, and alongside the giant Koh-i-Noor diamond and mountains of impressive imperial produce, you find some intriguing harbingers of the next century and a half.
Making sure vehicles are "built Ford tough" has become too tough on the test drivers whose job involves putting thousands of bone-jarring, teeth-rattling, mind-numbing miles on new models.
Researchers at Japan's Chiba University have built a robot that's capable of playing air hockey.