If you are traveling to Amsterdam this week, you might find a robot guiding you around at the busy Schiphol airport. The robot is being developed as part of "Spencer" project, which is being funded by the European Commission and is a collaboration
When your internet goes out, resetting your wi-fi router and cable modem often seems to fix the problem. Instead of getting up from the couch to fiddle with power cords, why not let a tiny outlet adapter power cycle your hardware for you?
You might balk
Mind-altering substances are buckets of fun for humans, but what about for robots? An excellent article at Hopes and Fears wondered if our future robot overlords are going to spend their weekends getting baked out of their minds. (Spoiler: We're not sure.)
The Nigerian prince scam will never die. It's lasted in various forms for decades now, but the latest iteration is downright amazing. Can't you give $3 million to help a Nigerian astronaut get home from his secret space mission?
You know how these scams work by
In factories, many simple, repetitive tasks have already been taken over by machines. But as we bring industrial robots into unpredictable, interactive environments, we're going to need better ways to communicate with them.
That's why engineer and designer Madeline Gannon developed
YouTube is now a social network too. Proving rumors about introducing more engagement features true, the video sharing platform launched YouTube Community in a bid to allow video uploaders engage better with their audiences through texts, GIFs, images and the likes. The social network
Domestic emoji-based app Bobble has recently gone live inside iMessage -- Apple's messaging service -- for all iPhones and iPads. Bobble app is the only app from India to be featured on iOS 10 by its editorial team. "We were contacted by Apple to feature