A life-like android robot called Aiko Chihira has started her role as a receptionist at the Mitsukoshi Nihombashi department store in Tokyo, Japan!
Google could build a robot army after it received a patent for methods and systems of allocating tasks to a series of robots over the cloud to complete tasks.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has put several hundred of its employees to work on a project code-named ‘Titan’ to develop its own electric car.
Researchers at the University of Maryland have developed a system so robots learn to cook by watching YouTube!
With Google announcing it will end the Explorer program for ‘Glass’ and cease sales of the current version to consumers, questions are being asked of the controversial technology’s future.
A US company is set to launch ‘Pavlok, a wristband that sends an electric shock to its user when they do something they shouldn’t, such as unnecessary eating.
Microsoft may have taken its first steps in abandoning the Nokia brand, as its website hardly mentions Nokia and there is talk of the ‘Microsoft Lumia’ to be released soon.
A Japanese court has jailed a man for 2 years for making guns with a 3D printer and posting a video online outlining the process involved.
• GoPro has just launched the GoPro Fetch, which allows you to safely fasten 2 cameras to your dog.
• Cameras can be mounted on the dog’s chest and back, for over the head shots.