We've missed you, robot carnage. Of course, Robot Wars is coming back for another season. The show's revival in July 2016 was a huge success, reminding everyone how much fun it is to watch homemade robots
Your Mac comes out of the box as a lean, mean computing machine. But any Mac is only as useful as the apps you put on it. That makes this bundle of Mac apps worth checking out. In addition to including
PlayStation VR is the most comfortable high-end virtual reality headset, but its lack of integrated headphones holds it back. Sony is planning to address with a new PSVR model that will include attached
Intel taps basketball’s biggest star to build trust in autonomous vehicles To be human is to fear the unknown. And since only a tiny fraction of people have ever had the experience of riding in a self-driving
Zume has long had grand ambitions for its food automation service, and the Mountain View-based startup is now $48 million closer to that goal, courtesy of a new series B. The funding, first spotted by
It's even bringing back some of the Aibo team. Sony hasn't been shy about promising a return to robots, but just what will this revival look like? We now have an idea... and it'll seem remarkably familiar.
With all the recent talk of AI posing existential risks to humanity and our privacy, global tech company Omron is taking a softer, more innocuous approach. Specifically, with its table tennis robot Forpheus,
Advancements in AI technology have taken automated cars from a distant science fiction endeavor to a fast-approaching reality. Tech giants and rising rideshare companies alike are investing billions of
There are new smartphones hitting the market constantly, but which is the best to pick up when you’re trying to save a buck or two? We’ve seen a lot of big releases in the budget market lately, so let’s
Just how does machine learning work? You’ve probably read a primer or two on the subject, but often the best way to understand a thing is to try it out for yourself. With that in mind, check out this in-browser
It might be one more reason to splurge on the higher-end tablet. It's safe to assume that the face recognition system in the iPhone X will eventually reach other devices, but which ones are next in line?
Ahead of last week’s October 4th hardware event, Google rolled out male and female voice options for Assistant in English. A nice customization, the new voices also sound more realistic. This is due to
But not for long once the company starts teaching its bot with machine learning. Last weekend, Facebook sent its own artificial intelligence to rumble in a StarCraft tournament that only allows AI participants.
Ok, let’s start with the basics – do people like chatbots? Well, yes and no. In a survey by LivePerson, they asked 5,000 people how they felt about them. 38% of people surveyed felt positive about their
"Teachable Machine" lives up to its name. You've probably heard the term "machine learning" quite a bit -- basically, it refers to training computers to learn without directly programming them. It's a
There have been several disappointments this year on the subject of Android updates. The Android Nougat rollout has been far from speedy: Android Oreo is upon us despite that Nougat has only graced 13.5%
A good reason to turn off Bluetooth when you’re not using it This morning, Armis security published details of a new Bluetooth vulnerability that could potentially expose millions of devices to remote
Split Screen View is one of the most helpful features found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. You definitely don’t want to waste this function if you’ve got it. That’s why we’re here to show you a good way
Google’s new Pixel devices were unveiled last week and, like the originals, their photography capabilities are expected to be exemplary. Ahead of the devices official release date on October 19, a Google