The makers of Ninja Blocks want to make your home smart enough to tell you where you left your phone and what the cat's doing, 24/7.
High quality homebrews are just a touchscreen away
IFTTT has launched an iPhone app for automation service on the go.
The ZenRobotics Recycler (ZRR) deftly handles mounds of junk to find things that can be repurposed, while humans sit back and drink lattes.
If DARPA's latest robotics demonstration is any clue, changing tires may soon become a thing of the past for humans.
It's as if Siri and the Raspberry Pi were separated at birth. YouTuber "Elvis Impersonator" shows off how he made Siri automate his home.
We've heard about Foxconn's legion of robots scheduled to take over for the company's human work force, and we know that robots are already working in many factories in the U.S. But bringing this kind of automation to the masses by making it simple to use and affordable has been elusive, until now.
View, a Silicon Valley-based startup had, its coming out party today with Dynamic Glass, an auto-tinting window that promises to save money on cooling bills, as well as reduce glare and make for more natural lighting in their given setting.
Sorry, but this Lettuce Bot is not going to help you with your yard. It's a prototype robot designed to recognize and kill weeds in giant commercial farms, where weeding by hand isn't an efficient option and damaging pesticides are an imperfect solution.
Some may have expressed skepticism at Google's famously outspoken Eric Schmidt earlier this year when he predicted that self-driving cars would become the "predominant mode of transportation in our lifetime." But now it appears such a reality is closer than any of us imagined.