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Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence laboratory utilize 3D printing to develop robots that can walk by themselves.
Amazon is working on a Kindle e-reader case that can be powered by solar energy. There is no official statement on the release of the solar-powered case but is said to be launched in the immediate future.
While Tesla dominates the electric cars industry, VanMoof is carves its own place as the the Tesla of the bike industry with the new Electrified S.
There is nothing weirder than a robot asking you to touch its butt. Although it may sound a little weird, the anthropomorphization and proliferation of robots paved the way for Stanford scientists to consider it.
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tenessee just announced good news for avid electric car owners: they recently invented a wireless charging system that charges thrice as fast as ordinary systems these days.
HP Spectre 13, is the brand's newest laptop, is set to make another world record. The device is expected to catch the attention of a lot of people as it is the thinnest laptop ever manufactured in history.
Scientists are now starting to question the feasibility of an underwater breathing apparatus known as Triton after raising nearly $850,000 on global crowdfunding site Indiegogo.
A study from Georgia Tech examined whether or not we trust robots too much in dire situations.
Scientists may have found the key to mass produce nanoparticles, which are tiny particles that are 100,000 times smaller than the width of a strand of hair.
Scientists may have created solar cells that are so thin, flexible and lightweight that they rival a soap bubble.