This robot arm is just like something out of a History Channel "documentary" about alien abductions, except that humans invented it.
A friendly warning for those of you out there looking to claim a bit of Martian soil for your own.
As far as these isolated people and their robot companions are concerned, all our fears of a robot uprising are completely unfounded.
Only one in 200 applicants survived the first cut, with many challenges yet to go.
If you've ever wanted to know what it feels like to live on the surface of Mars, this job's for you.
It's time to dust off those video cameras, folks. Mars One is hiring.
The European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA conducted an experiment in late October that used the "interplanetary internet" to drive an earth-bound rover. Astronaut Sunita Williams used a laptop with experimental technology called Disruption-Tolerant Networking (DTN) protocol to control the rover using a network of connection points that more effectively controls data relay.