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  1. Nigeria: 'How Online Stores Can Contribute to Nigeria's GDP'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    ... people using their Mastercard, Visa, Interswitch and Verve cards online, our platform is very interactive, scalable, robots and security is 100%. Because the back ends of is handled by major players in the industry. Our back-ends ...


  2. Sir James Dyson named as richest person in the south west in Sunday Times Rich ListRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Gazette Series

    SIR James Dyson has been named as the richest person in the southwest by The 2015 Sunday Times Rich List. The list, published on Sunday, revealed the 1,000 richest people in Britain, including the engineer and inventor whose business has its headquarters in Malmesbury.


  3. Japan's Fanuc to double payout ratio after investor Loeb demands higher returnsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Reuters

    Japanese industrial robot maker Fanuc Corp said it plans to double its dividend payout ratio after calls by activist U.S. investor Daniel Loeb to return more of the debt-free firm's growing cash pile to shareholders. Reporting net profit grew 87 percent in the 12 months ended March, Fanuc said on Monday it plans to pay around 60 percent of consolidated net income as dividend to shareholders.


  4. Telepresence Robot Mimics Your Every Move Using the Oculus RiftRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | IGN

    A team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a physical-virtual interface by combining the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and teleoperated robotics. Dexterous Observational Roving Automaton, or DORA , is unlike most other telepresence robots on the market by offering greater and flexibility immersion within the environment.


  5. Berkeley Nucleonics - RD-150-G Vehicle-Mounted Radiation Detection SystemRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... trigger and storage of data (over ten thousand spectra including user notes). Sigma trigger allows unmanned vehicles, robots or drones to carry the system in and out of elevated backgrounds while maintaining the ability to pick up and identify ...


  6. UPDATE 1-Japan's Fanuc doubles payout ratio after investor Loeb demands higher returnsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Reuters

    Japanese industrial robot maker Fanuc Corp said it was doubling its dividend payout ratio, signalling an apparent win for activist U.S. investor Daniel Loeb in calls on the debt-free firm to return more of its growing cash pile to shareholders. Reporting net profit jumped 87 percent in the 12 months ended March on strong global demand for machine tools, Fanuc said on Monday it plans to pay around 60 percent of consolidated net income as dividend to shareholders.


  7. Blinded by ScienceRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    Sincere Fullerton, a 12-year-old from West Philadelphia, likes to spend his free time with pixelated characters in science fiction-inspired video games. But Sunday, the sixth grader spent the afternoon surrounded by real-life robots and electronics experiments - most of which were made by hand.


  8. Technology and outdoor sports converge at drone conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The Inspire 1, a drone manufactured by DJI, is flown Tuesday, March 10, 2015, in Davenport , Calif. Top drone-makers, along with investors, regulators and inventors, are gathering in one of the most popular regions for outdoor activity in the U.S., California's Central Coast, to show off their devices, hear about new uses for airborne robots, and hit the waves and trails at the Drones Data X Conference in Santa Cruz, Calif., from May 1 to 3, 2015.


  9. UMass Dartmouth to host STEM workshops on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

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    More than 150 female high school students from SouthCoast will participate in STEM workshops at UMass Dartmouth on April 25. The Kaput Center for Research & Innovation in STEM Education and the international organization Greenlight for Girls will host the fifth annual Greenlight for Girls Day SouthCoast. Female students ages 10 to 15 will participate from 9 a.m. in the Claire T. Carney Library to explore the magic of science, technology, engineering and mathematics , according to a news release.


  10. Business or personal? How to stay on the taxman's good sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Globe and Mail

    ... in Kitchener, Ontario says his company aims to automate the "dullest, dirtiest and deadliest" jobs in the world with robots. Matt Rendall says robots are going to effect change in the workplace. Not all entrepreneurs have Ms. Rowley's knack for ...


  11. Clinton ends FIRST world championship qualifying round in ninth;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The FIRST robotics world championship brought teams from all over the world to St. Louis, including two local squads, Gael Force team 126 from Clinton High, and Nashoba's Robo Chiefs team 1768. After 10 qualifying matches in the Carver division, Clinton is sitting in ninth place while Nashoba faced mechanical issues, end the qualifyers in 43rd place.


  12. Bosch Highlights Versatile Processing and Packaging PortfolioRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | ThomasNet

    ... with primary and secondary packaging machines, top loads these packages into boxes. Displayed with two Delta robots, the highly versatile Paloma D3 platform is designed to efficiently handle a wide variety of applications at a reduced cost- per-pick ...


  13. News Spotlight -- Genre Books and Media: a column by Sandy AudenRead the original story

    May 16, 2009 | SF Site

    ... a brand new trilogy that mixes philosophical exploration with adventure and conflict... On a world of intelligent robots who seem to have forgotten their own distant past, it is a time of war as the soldiers of Artemis City set out to conquer ...


  14. New initiatives training Lebanese youth for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    ... added Victor Mulas, task manager at the World Bank Group. Students and teachers learned about programming, robots, and sensors through three workshops: LEGO Education, which provides educational tools that aim to make classroom learning more fun; ...


  15. Really bad international speeds on SparkRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Geekzone

    Hi everyone I'm on spark fibre, and I'm getting really bad international speeds. When I do to Wellington, I get 25- 29 mbps: And internationally, I get around 7mbps: Traceroute to : Netflix is unwatchable; it's either really low res, or it times out.


  16. Coming Soon: a Borrowed Man by Gene WolfeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | SF Signal

    In October, Tor will release A Borrowed Man by Gene Wolfe. Robots, clones, and a literary mystery set 100 years in the future? Yes, please! A Borrowed Man: a new science fiction novel, from Gene Wolf, the celebrated author of the Book of the New Sun series.


  17. Rethinking the Manufacturing RobotRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Tech Review

    In a workshop at the Boston headquarters of Rethink Robotics, engineers are tending to a troop of eight bright red robots called Baxter. Each robot has a humanoid upper torso and a pair of friendly blue eyes on a small screen that track the robots' two arms as the engineers move them.


  18. Kimroy Bailey - Creating energy for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    ... during his final year at university, Bailey got the opportunity to merge his engineering skills and his passion for robots and renewable energy, creating the world's first Robotic Wind Turbine - capable of maintaining production during a tropical ...


  19. Focus on enhancing skills and jobs for the future or risk becoming ordinary: Swee SayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Straits Times

    Singapore has to move fast towards enhancing workers' skills and creating new jobs or risks regressing into "an ordinary economy and ordinary workforce", labour chief Lim Swee Say said on Monday. The country should also venture ahead of others into areas such as future manufacturing using robots, future services where customers are more involved, and a smart nation where technology is more integrated, said the National Trades Union Congress secretary-general in his final May Day message.


  20. Apple wins patent victory in Chinese courtRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology Co. had previously claimed that Apple's Siri had copied its own "Xiao i Robot," which it launched in 2004 and which has since been used by major Chinese telecommunications companies, such as China Telecom Corp. Shanghai Zhizhen sued Apple in June 2012 over the alleged infringement, prompting Apple to petition China's State Intellectual Property Office , asking them to invalidate Zhizhen's patent for "Xiao i."