OpenAI has created Dactyl, a robotic hand that can solve the Rubik's Cube by learning on its own.
Boston Dynamics has announced that its Spot quadruped robot is now available for sale for any company with good ideas.
Many smart-home devices can't be properly factory reset, leaving behind user data, a researcher says.
The iRobot Roomba s9 and Braava Jet m6 can work in conjunction with each other to more thoroughly clean your floors.
The new Lego Boost Droid Commander set lets you build and control iconic Star Wars droids while learning some basic coding.
The Guardian XO full-body, autonomously powered robotic exoskeleton can walk at three miles per hour while carrying 200 pounds.
Just over a year since the robot shipped, Jibo has had to turn off its more advanced connected functions.
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 latest developments from the Russian armed forces are quickly becoming a real and present danger for American military hegemony.
The Army Futures Command is looking to give full control of some weapons systems, without any human intervention whatsoever.
Samsung's new Bot Care, Bot Air and Bot Retail robots can help the elderly, clean the air around you and help you shop.
A new Japanese robot aims to create an emotional connection with humans of all ages, thanks to its touch sensors and expressive face.
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.
After some delays, this versatile STEM kit is now for sale, but at a much higher cost than expected.
This disc shaped, programmable robot is simple enough for four-year-olds, but challenging enough for teens.
The CX-1 from ForwardX Robotics uses facial recognition and obstacle avoidance to follow behind you at up to to 7 miles per hour.
For about $200, you can assemble the parts to built a robot that can crack the combination of a home safe in less than an hour.
Though he was once beaten by a machine in chess, Garry Kasparov is looking forward to the day when humans work with artificial intelligence.
Children as young as six years old can use Anki Code Lab to learn how to program, even if they can't yet read.
Designed to help children improve their STEM skills, Sony's new KOOV kits features a large set of blocks and sensors.
Makeblock's Neuron kit features a series of electronics blocks that make it easy for kids to learn STEM skills.
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