Where 3D printing is headed
Sep 20, 2013 3:14 PM
The humanoid machine was preparing coffee as part of Japan Robot Week, which focuses on partner robots for everyday tasks.
Will.i.am explains the thinking behind his new feature-packed wearable device.
The Black Eyed Peas frontman introduced the Puls, a wrist wearable that he says is more fashionable than its competitors and can do everything a phone can.
On WTU this week Apple intros new iPads and a 5K display, Facebook helps users connect with friends during disasters and a Japanese prototype lets couples send tactile communications.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
More than 200 women participated in Hackbright Academy’s Silicon Chef hardware hackathon. The two-day event culminated in 27 hardware projects.
HTC hopes to make splash in the crowded Android smartphone arena with the Desire Eye. HTC also showed off the Re, its first foray into the camera market.
A ping pong robot, smartring and Japanese prototypes - World Tech Update Coming up on WTU we’re at Ceatec in Japan with a ping pong playing robot, a lifelike humanoid and ins-tore tracking technology.