The springs give Roboy's movements fluidity, which is different than the sometimes stiff movements in other robots.
Stories by Nick Barber
The Gear Fit has a 1.84-inch, curved, 432 by 128 pixel display. Both the Gear 2 and Gear fit include heart rate monitors and S Health, an application suite for fitness tracking.
The Android interface on Nokia's X and XL has a tiled home screen like WIndows Phones
The gigantic mobile show in Barcelona spans multiple halls and covers more than 90,000 square meters or about 970,000 square feet. Preview one hall in just two minutes.
Sony's new Xperia Z2 flagship smartphone can record 4K video and includes digital noise cancelling headphones the company announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Monday.
A high-end speaker from Germany's Avantgarde promises impressive sound if you can afford it.
Singing along to the Disney movie playing in the background, Dulcie Madden helped hand-package thousands of high-tech baby clothes from her start up in Boston's Leather District. Madden is the CEO and co-founder of Rest Devices, which just last weekend started shipping its Mimo connected "onesie" to stores across the US. The $200 system aims to help anxious parents by monitoring a baby's movement, respiration, position and skin temperature and delivering the information with audio to smartphones.
NASA's newest Tracking and Data Relay or TDRS satellite lifted off from Cape Canaveral aboard an Atlas V rocket Thursday night.
NASA's newest Tracking and Data Relay (TDRS) satellite, which will provide high data-rate communications to space craft, went into orbit Thursday night.
Ford is enlisting top U.S. universities to make self-driving cars a reality, announcing Wednesday that it hopes researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can come up with advanced algorithms to help vehicles learn where pedestrians and other automobiles will be located.
Drone-maker Parrot debuted two new toy drones ahead of the International CES Sunday night.
Robotnaut 2 the robot aboard the International Space station is going to get new robotic apendages specially designed for zero gravity.
Amazon's ambitious plan to use flying drones to deliver packages is far-fetched, but not just because of technology limitations or air traffic regulations. Amazon's fulfillment center network, as it stands now, is too limited to serve even a tiny fraction of the U.S. in the method described by CEO Jeff Bezos.
Called Prime Air, Amazon's service will be powered by drones and will be ready from a technology standpoint as soon as necessary regulations are in place.
With 3D printing all the rage this holiday season, one company wants to make it easier to recreate objects using a 3D scanner.
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