Once upon a time, the worst names to be named were things like Hugh Jass and I.P. Freely. But that all changed when we started living our lives on the internet.
A BBC story looks into some names that you don't want to have in our
There are already machines out there equipped with good pressure sensors, but those sensors are rarely sensitive or durable enough to make the machines as useful as humans at performing fine motor tasks. A new kind of graphene "skin" could change that, making it possible
Images: GettySpacentrepreneur Elon Musk thinks we'll eventually need a basic universal income because of "automation."
"People will have time to do other things, more complex things, more interesting things," he told CNBC. "Certainly more leisure time. And then we gotta figure how we integrate with a
Apple is almost ready to talk about its first product event of the year. Two independent reports claim that the company will have a special media event on March 15. A budget iPhone, an iPad Air 3, and a Watch update will likely be the
Is Mark Zuckerberg the new Tony Stark? He will be, if his AI assistant is anything like he says it is. The Facebook CEO is planning to give a demo of his pet AI project, which he says, responds only to his voice and
The iPhone SE is all set for an unveiling later this month as per innumerable reports in the media. New word from sources are now indicating that instead of completely replacing the iPhone 5s, the SE might actually have a different impact on the
Using pneumatic pistons and servos to power robots makes them fast and strong, but also bulky and extremely heavy. No one is going to mistake ATLAS for a real human being. To eventually create humanoid-looking robots like the Terminator we need to mechanically replicate