If you had a personal robot equipped with a camera that you could access via a simple web browser, what would you do with it? If you're this guy, you send it to the local coffee shop to pick up a scone.
An internet that's just for robots--a "bot net" if you will--is on the way courtesy of European scientists.
Why do the dull task of product testing when Lego can do it for you? Kno demonstrates.
Born in a lab at Northwestern University, a robotic fish with a ribbon-like fin can swim in just about any direction. Just don’t serve it for dinner.
Robots take the next step toward autonomy--UPenn researchers program flying drone bots that can design and build structures.
This awesome little spider bot can do acrobatic tricks, entertain your kids, and even fight with your cat!
This robotic curtain is a joy to watch, which is probably why it failed to deter attention.