Creating tiny, multi-legged robots is nothing new, but this invention offers a look at the possible future of transporting people with giant ones.
Robots that mimic living animals and insects are nothing new, but a new entry into the field is so realistic that it almost blurs the line between the biological and the mechanical.
A new concept drone could serve as the perfect sea emergency robot, delivering life-saving assistance to drowning victims in hard to reach areas.
An Oregon-based company claims that it has come up with a device that will allow anyone to become invisible to aerial drones.
Give your fingers a rest and let this Lego paper airplane folder and launcher do all the work for you.
The University of Pennsylvania has come up with a tool that could give flying drones the power to grab objects and fly off in the blink of an eye.
Barista Bot paints your face on the head of your latte, ending confusion about which coffee belongs to who.
Although movie Robocop showed us a seemingly outlandish future in which law enforcement is carried out by cyborgs and robots, it turns out that sci-fi may be turning into reality.
Who needs expensive bartending classes when you can have a robot mix you the perfect drink?
Be scared: Boston Dynamic's four-legged robot BigDog has a new arm — on its face — that can pick up and throw cinder blocks.