Lost airport visitors could soon be calling on Spencer the robot to help get them back on track. A team of Europe-based researchers is ready to send Spencer into Amsterdam's bustling Schiphol airport to see how he fares.
The company behind the failed Zano drone Kickstarter project on Thursday apologized to its more than 12,000 backers while explaining how the $3.5 million was spent. It also refuted any allegations suggesting company directors may have…
On Thursday, President Obama signed the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act into law, which grants companies the rights to whatever they manage to pluck out of these extraterrestrial bodies.
Airbus's R&D team have been at it again, this time coming up with a costly looking detachable cabin concept designed to cut a plane's turn-time and bring an end to the boarding chaos that usually kicks off the second the gate opens.
Pepper now has its own range of garments and accessories on sale, created by fans of SoftBank's friendly droid. Besides dresses, tuxedos, and even a kimono, Pepper owners can also choose from hairpieces and jewelry. What do you mean it…
New research into what caused distant star KIC 8462852 by nearly a quarter in 2011 and 2013 suggests that it could be the result of dust from comet fragments. However, the "alien megastructure" theory still cannot be ruled out.
In what may be one of the most inventive applications of drone technology yet, the Australian government is using these flying nuisances (or novelties, depending on how you feel about them) to protect beach goers against shark attacks.
Italian startup Nexa3D has developed a new technique called self-Lubricant Sublayer Photocuring, which basically removes the need to create objects layer by layer and makes the printing process continuous instead of incremental.