MIT scientists have developed a robot that can sense the state of a Jenga tower and make decisions about which block to take out next.
The same technology used to find ancient Maya cities also powers your robot vacuum and self-driving cars. Here's where you can find it and how it works.
A new robot that balances on two wheels could make deliveries faster, relieve workers from stocking shelves and more if it ends up being sold.
This Lego set lets children as young as seven build five different robots and program them with a mobile app.
The Kobi lawnmower and snow blower robot could eventually make landscapers obsolete, but it's pricey.
Asus' new robot companion can take care of elderly family members, read stories to the kids, control your smart home and take pictures. It's the closest thing to a personal robot we've ever seen and it costs just $599.
Ziro, a simple-to-build robot kit that we first spotted at CES in January, is now taking pre-orders. It's slated to arrive next year.
Superman is Huawei's latest spokesperson, a new Domino's app lets you be extra lazy and a hacker built the best Game Boy ever. Here's what's trending.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that you can return your hoverboard for a full refund through Amazon.
Holographic AI Azuma Hikari lives inside the Gatebox and wants to become your personal assistant. We just have to wait until she's available for pre-order.
A BB-8 toy droid from Sphero lacks secure firmware-update protocols, which could theoretically present a target to hackers.
The Force Band lets Star Wars fanatics move Sphero's BB-8 droid around their homes using Jedi-like hand gestures.
A new robotic dog can do tricks, play fetch or vie for your attentions when you control him via a wristband or app.
We go hands-on with the Segway Robot, a device which looks and functions like a regular Segway but morphs into a powerful robot when you stop riding.
This colorful, saucer-shaped robot can play games like tabletop soccer, chase your cat or add expansion modules to do much more.
The Cerevo Tipron robot carries its 720p projector to any room in your home or office then beams movies, presentations or news feeds on the wall.
Launching Sept. 4 for $150, Sphero's BB-8 droid lets you control the adorable Star Wars robot with your phone and send fun holographic messages.
The FAA is beta-testing a new iPhone app, called B4UFLY, that will tell drone pilots when and where it's safe to fly.
The first consumer robot that interacts with everyone in the home is now undergoing its production phase and can be supported on Indiegogo.
One thousand people in Japan are now the proud owners of a little robot named Pepper that can sense human emotion.
Meccano's interactive Meccanoid robot gets smaller and more wallet-friendly with the $179 Meccanoid G15.
The line must be drawn here! The Beachbot is a turtle-shaped robot capable of drawing elaborate designs on beaches.
Available for preorder now, the ZUtA is a portable, robotic inkjet printer for on-the-go emergency print jobs.
The Meccanoid robot is smart enough to mimic your words and actions and can teach kids to program via an app.
Hardly bigger than a silver dollar, the Ozobot Bit helps kids learn programming, and can remember up to 500 programmed commands.
Parrot let us play with the final versions of its upcoming MiniDrones, the Jumping Sumo and Rolling Spider. Here's what they're like.
The world's first 3D-printed exosuit, custom-designed to fit her body, helped paraplegic Amanda Boxtel walk again.
The Keecker robot rolls on the floor, but its real action happens on the walls, with a projector for movies, TV, video chats and more.
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