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Reactive Content Will Get to Know You Intimately—Then Tell You the Perfect Story

The best storytellers react to their audience. They look for smiles, signs of awe, or boredom; they simultaneously and skillfully read both the story and their sitters. Kevin Brooks, a seasoned storyteller working for Motorola’s Human Interface Labs, explains, “As the storyteller begins, they must tune in to… the audience’s energy. Based on this energy, […]

Top 5 Best Robots for your Home 2017

With thousands of robots out there, it might be hard to navigate among the different products and find the best one for you. That’s why all the RobotShop experts have gathered for you this list of the 5 best robots for your home. Don’t forget to check out our other [...]            

Toyota Gets Back Into Humanoid Robots With New T-HR3

It's been about a decade, but Toyota is finally doing humanoid robots again

DARPA Seeking AI That Learns All the Time

The agency wants ideas for turning computers into lifelong learners

The Best Microcontrollers 2017

With thousands of robots out there, it might be hard to navigate among the different products and find the best one for you. That’s why all the RobotShop experts have gathered for you this list of the 5 best microcontrollers. Don’t forget to check out our other Gift and Best of [...]            

The Best Drones 2017

With thousands of robots out there, it might be hard to navigate among the different products and find the best one for you. That’s why all the RobotShop experts have gathered for you this list of the 5 best drones. Don’t forget to check out our other Gift and Best of [...]            

7 game-changing robotics trends we saw in 2017

From sex robots to assisted surgery, 2017 was a pivotal year for robots

CRISPR Can Now Hitch a Ride on Nanoparticles to Battle Disease

It started like any other day. Dr. Hao Yin walked into the lab at MIT, ready to check on his transgenic mice. He had no idea he was about to make history. Yin’s mice harbored a single mutated gene that gave them a terrible liver disease. Left untreated, the deteriorating liver fails to process nutrients, […]

Scientists Call Out Ethical Concerns for the Future of Neurotechnology

For some die-hard tech evangelists, using neural interfaces to merge with AI is the inevitable next step in humankind’s evolution. But a group of 27 neuroscientists, ethicists, and machine learning experts have highlighted the myriad ethical pitfalls that could be waiting. To be clear, it’s not just futurologists banking on the convergence of these emerging […]

No, digital picture frames are not dead -- in fact, this one is insanely cool

We look at a surprisingly excellent cloud-enabled picture frame, and as a bonus, a robotic vacuum cleaner.

How iRobot's Roomba Will Roomify Your Home

iRobot is testing software that will be able to make sense out of all the rooms in your house

Black Friday 2017 – Featured Deals

All of our teams are getting ready to break records this year. With discounts up to 99% on a vast range of products, free same-day shipping, and hassle-free returns, this Black Friday 2017 promises to be the best we’ve ever done. Take a first look at some of our favorite [...]Show More Summary

DJI Mavic Pro: First impressions from a drone novice

Look out, folks! We've set David Gewirtz loose with robotic aircraft. Welcome to the beginning of our new Drone and Robotics Discovery Series. As long as he doesn't try building a T-1000, we're probably safe.

The First Man-Made Meteor Shower Will Light Up Japan in 2019

The first ever man-made meteor shower has an official launch place and time. In early 2019, the meteors will create a light show in the sky above Hiroshima and the surrounding Setouchi region. The meteors will be so bright that anyone within a 100-kilometer radius of Hiroshima will be able to see them. The announcement […]

Robotics company gets $25 million to bring Amazon-like automation to small retailers

It has become imperative for retailers of all sizes to automate fulfillment. That's created a huge opportunity for robotics companies.

You’ve Heard All About CRISPR Gene Editing—Here’s How It Works

Gene editing is in the news a lot these days, but what is it exactly? Gene editing is the process of making precise and permanent changes to living things at the level of DNA, or more specifically, to the four molecular building blocks of DNA. Though there are multiple ways to perform targeted gene editing, […]

Drug Discovery AI to Scour a Universe of Molecules for Wonder Drugs

On a dark night, away from city lights, the stars of the Milky Way can seem uncountable. Yet from any given location no more than 4,500 are visible to the naked eye. Meanwhile, our galaxy has 100–400 billion stars, and there are even more galaxies in the universe. The numbers of the night sky are […]

How Technology Is Leading Us Into the Imagination Age

In many ways, the future is unpredictable. A report by the World Economic Forum reveals that almost 65 percent of the jobs elementary school students will be doing in the future do not even exist yet. Combined with technological automation and the disappearance of traditional jobs, this leaves us with a critical question: how can […]

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through November 18)

ROBOTS Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Robot Does Backflips Now and It’s Full-Tilt Insane Matt Simon | Wired  “To be clear: Humanoids aren’t supposed to be able to do this. It’s extremely difficult to make a bipedal robot that can move effectively, much less kick off a tumbling routine.” TRANSPORTATION This Is the Tesla Semi Truck Zac Estrada | […]

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