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Robots Everywhere: Robots in space exploration

We take a look at robots in space and how different types are helping us explore the surface of Mars.
August 14, 2020
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Robots Everywhere: Robots and the animal kingdom

On this episode we take a look at machines that are inspired by the animal kingdom, and mimic the look, feel, and function of animals.
August 10, 2020
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Robots Everywhere: Machines that grow, cook, and serve food

We look at the areas in which robots are interacting with our food, from farming to processing to cooking.
July 31, 2020
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Robots Everywhere: The promise of humanoid robots

Building machines that look and act like humans has always been part of our vision of creating robots.
July 24, 2020
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Robots everywhere: Army of single-purpose ‘bots get household chores done

The butler bot never materialized, but we can now control individual robots through one robot.
July 3, 2020
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Self-lacing Nikes can’t make you dunk, but they’ll still turn heads

The Nike Adapt BB is a pair of self-lacing sneakers that conform to the shape of your feet. The shoes fits like a glove, but will they make you a better basketball player? We tested them to find out.
April 1, 2019
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As law enforcement gets increasingly high-tech, is privacy being compromised?

Are we finally close to living in the crime-free future promised to us in the movie Minority Report… and just how much privacy will we have to give up to get there as police departments go increasingly high-tech?
February 2, 2019
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Are Bitcoins the new Beanie Babies, or is there hope in 2019?

Bitcoin skyrocketed in value from less than a penny in 2010 to nearly $20,000 in late 2017. Then it spent 2018 in a freefall crash. So, what happened? Is it dead? Can it survive in 2019?
January 4, 2019
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How A.I. will change your world in 2019, for better or worse

From a science-fiction dream to a critical part of our everyday lives, artificial intelligence is everywhere. You probably don't see AI at work, and that's by design. AI is changing everything. But do we want it to?
December 26, 2018
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Weekend workshop: Make this 3D-printed side table, even without a 3D printer

You can't 3D print a full piece of furniture, but you can 3D print joints that make building your own furniture a snap. In this article, we'll show you how to do just that, and create an awesome tripod end table that's partially 3D printed
July 21, 2018
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Stellina smart telescope on sale exclusively through Museum of Modern Art

While traditional telescopes can be difficult to use and install, Stellina offers up a simple, more user-friendly way to take a closer look at the heavens. This app-enabled telescope hopes to bring astronomy to the masses.
May 17, 2018
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GE Lighting wants its smart light bulbs to help you improve your shut-eye

Jeff Patton, GE Lighting's general manager for connected home products, stops by the Digital Trends booth at CES 2018 and gives us a look at how GE is embracing the future of home technology with its smart light bulbs.
January 12, 2018
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When you’re done riding the S1 ebike, fold it up and pop it in your backpack

There's a lot to like about the Smacircle S1. Not only does the ebike weigh a mere 15 pounds and fit in your backpack when folded, it has a top speed of 12 mph and can scoot along for several hours on a single charge.
January 12, 2018

Ethereal Machines’ Halo takes 3D printing to a new dimension, literally

Ethereal Machines' Halo 3D printer takes 3D printing tech further by adding a few steps to the process for what it calls 5D printing, and we stopped by their booth at CES 2018 to see it in action.
January 12, 2018
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From car tech to micro drones, we discuss our top products at CES 2018

From the processors that will propel the future of self-driving cars to the world's best micro drone, we discuss Digital Trends' picks for the top tech we discovered at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
January 12, 2018
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With Solos Glasses, 2K microdisplay, Kopin hopes to storm the VR industry

Kopin may not be a familiar name, but the company has been working with AR and VR since 1991. Its new gadgets, including a sleek pair of glasses and a 2K microdisplay, may change the industry.
January 12, 2018
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Yuneec unveils three new drones, including an updated Typhoon H Plus

Yuneec International has unveiled three new drones at CES 2018 -- including a new-and-improved version of its Typhoon H drone, arguably one of the best drones available on the market.
January 12, 2018
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New Artec 3D scanner creates gorgeous, accurate replicas of physical objects

Want to create perfect 3D replicas of physical objects? Artec 3D's latest scanner can do so, scanning objects small or large and quickly rendering them in digital form -- as long as you can afford the price.
January 12, 2018
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With Google Assistant, Electron Wheel turns any bike into a souped-up ebike

With Google Assistant functionality, the second-generation Electron Wheel can "electrify your bike in 30 seconds" and get you cruising at up to 20 miles per hour for up to 50 miles.
January 11, 2018
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Coffee table-sized mechanical ‘Pong’ makes its official debut at CES

Two years ago, a band of friends created an awesome mechanical tribute to the legendary Atari game, Pong. Now, they're in the final stages of production and showcasing the final unit on the showroom floor of CES.
January 11, 2018

The iPal is a cute robot companion for the young and old alike

Dogs are nice, but what if you could get your kids a companion you can directly control? Enter the iPal, an adorable robot friend that parents can use to educate or entertain their kids.
January 11, 2018
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Monoprice wows us with the gargantuan (and very quiet) Delta Pro 3D printer

Monoprice's Shane Igo stops by the Digital Trends booth at CES to give us an update on its latest 3D printers, including the brand-new Delta Pro. This thing is huge, and really quiet.
January 11, 2018
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Smell of the future: Moodo creator shows off his smart aroma machine

Moodo creator Yoav Avidor shows off his smart aroma machine, a new smart home device that lets you choose the smell of your bedroom, office, or living room with 21st-century precision.
January 11, 2018
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Whill’s newest electric wheelchair is sporty, speedy, rugged, and portable

When you picture an electric wheelchair, the first thing to come to mind is something slow, clunky, and impractical. Whill's newest model is anything but those things, thanks to 24 individual rollers and robust app integration.
January 11, 2018
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The Sense Glove enables users to get a grip on virtual reality

Ever wish you could reach out and touch objects in virtual reality? The makers of the Sense Glove think they can help, with a new device that attaches to a user's hand, providing convincing feedback.
January 11, 2018
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Future Motion says its new OneWheel+ XR hoverboard does away with ‘range anxiety’

Electric mobility device users must closely monitor how far they travel. Future Motion says that's no longer necessary with the OneWheel+XR, although its $1,800 price tag may be a bit rich for some.
January 11, 2018
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Indiegogo stops by DT’s booth at CES to show off some cool crowdfunding projects

Indiegogo stopped by the DT CES booth to detail their efforts on moving beyond crowdfunding, and show off a few cool crowdfunded gadgets, including a new booster seat and innovative VR gloves.
January 11, 2018
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Kickstarter’s lasting effect on consumer tech is on full display at CES 2018

While Kickstarter itself has been around for almost a decade, 2018 is shaping up to be its breakout year at CES. This is the first year it has had a booth at the event, and 250-plus companies on the floor started on the crowdfunding site.
January 11, 2018
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DJI didn’t unveil any new drones at CES, but it’s Osmo stabilizer is pretty cool

If you were waiting for DJI to announce a new drone, you'll be disappointed. But it's new Osmo mobile camera stabilizer is pretty cool, and the company's marketing director stopped by the DT booth at CES to tell us more about it.
January 11, 2018
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The future of weed? Cloudious 9’s Hydrology 9 combines vaping and smoking

Cannabis tech may not be dominating CES, but it's still around. Cloudious 9 has made waves by combining vaporizers and water pipes. We spoke with CEO Richard Huang about the Hydrology 9.
January 11, 2018
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BrainTap’s headset promises mindful meditation in as little as 20 minutes

Finding the time to relax these days can be really difficult, but with BrainTap's latest headset, which uses pulsing lights and sounds to promote relaxation, we may have found the solution.
January 11, 2018
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Squeezing into a phone case, the Selfly is a drone fit for everyday carrying

Aerial photography is cool, but hauling a camera drone around can be annoying. AEE offers a simple solution. Chances are, you carry your phone most places; the Selfly is a small drone that fits inside a phone case.
January 10, 2018
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Watch as we crawl inside Furrion Robotics’ gargantuan Prosthesis racing mech

We caught up with Furrion Robotics founder and CEO Jonathan Tippett on the CES show floor to chat about the X1 Mech Racing League and the company's Prosthesis mech, and even got the chance to climb inside.
January 10, 2018
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Formlabs aims to usher in the era of ‘mass customization’ with new 3D printers

3D printing up until now was used primarily to develop prototypes. Formlabs thinks it's time to use it for mass market applications, like custom fit accessories and medical-grade prosthetics.
January 10, 2018
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The ‘Forever Battery’ charges your devices wirelessly from across the room

Today's wireless charging tech has one big problem: It still requires users to place their device on a charging station. A company called Ossia promises that its new Forever Battery can charge in a truly wireless manner.
January 10, 2018
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Furrion Robotics’ 8,000-pound Prosthesis mech takes a big step toward the future

Mechs have long seemed trapped in the realm of sci-fi, but Furrion Robotics hopes to make a functional one. The company's plans go beyond building a mech, however; cofounders Aaron and Matt Fidler want to create a mech racing league.
January 10, 2018
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SkyFire Consulting is helping firefighters use drones to save lives

SkyFire Consulting spoke about its mission to educate, train and advocate for the use of drones in public safety. It breaks down the roadblocks related to drone use and how Skyfire is helping fire departments save lives.
January 9, 2018
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Hanson Robotics CEO talks A.I. and Sophia, his latest humanoid robot, at CES

Artificial intelligence runs amok at CES, so we sat down with one of the pioneers in the field of A.I., David Hanson of Hanson Robotics, to discuss his latest humanoid robot and some of her real-world applications.
January 9, 2018
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During the Drone Rodeo at CES, the fastest pilots race for aerial supremacy

Not far from CES 2018, drone enthusiasts assemble at the Aerodrome for the annual Drone Rodeo, a showcase for the latest innovations in drone technology, and a place for ace drone pilots to strut their skills.
January 9, 2018
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Have a need for speed? Learn to race drones with Fat Shark’s 101 training kit

We headed to Drone Rodeo at CES in Las Vegas and spoke with Grant Martin from Fat Shark, the company behind a starter kit which teaches you how to race drones from the comfort of first-person googles.
January 9, 2018
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Using glass, steel, and trash from the landfill, woman makes art from garbage

Making art from garbage, Jen Fuller transforms “everyday objects into experiences” using glass, steel, and trash. Fuller forces the viewer to take a different perspective on the art she creates.
August 5, 2017
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New tech lets us ‘speak’ with Holocaust survivors, even after they’re gone

New technology for holding natural conversations with recordings of Holocaust survivors could also someday be used for you to speak with deceased loved ones.
June 3, 2017
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Weed, booze, guns. This vending machine can sell just about anything

A smart vending machine that can verify your age and identity is designed to sell pot, alcohol, and guns.
May 20, 2017
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Meet the 400-pound robots that will soon patrol parking lots, offices, and malls

Knightscope, a security startup that deploys 400-pound autonomous robots in office campuses, sports venues, and more, is expanding nationwide. It's inking deals with mall operators and software firms like Microsoft.
April 27, 2017
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Formlabs’ David Lakatos chats about robot prosthetics, future of 3D printing

We sat down with the 3D-printing company Formlabs' chief product officer to learn more about what's next for Formlabs and the industry as a whole. Looks like prosthetics and long-term projects are underway.
January 8, 2017
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Ever see a chip implanted in someone? One of our own puts his body on the line

Digital Trends' live-stream has it all, from the cool to the bizarre. But wait until you see our Cool Tech editor get an implant on live TV. Needle-fearing folks, be prepared.
January 7, 2017
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Consumer Physics' smartphone molecular scanner really works, and it's pretty cool

Consumer Physics CEO Dror Sharon stopped by the DigitalTrends booth at CES 2017 to give us a closer work of how its molecular scanner really works, and we think you'll be pretty impressed.
January 6, 2017
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Indiegogo makes its presence known at CES 2017, with 200 companies represented

Just five years ago, Indiegogo only had two companies to show off at CES. Now with more than 200, the company is moving past crowdfunding, and on to helping entrepreneurs from idea to retail sales.
January 6, 2017
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Nick Offerman offers a more intimate technology when text messages don't cut it

Actor and humorist Nick Offerman chatted with Digital Trends' Greg Nibler and Rick Stella about new technology he's revealing at CES 2017. There are times when a text message just doesn't convey the emotional impact of another technology, he said.
January 6, 2017
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Inside Hooperfly’s grand plan to launch an army of homemade drones

Join our Got It Made host as he meets with Hooperfly, a Portland company that's making it easy to create drones out of ordinary household materials, and putting Portland on the unmanned aerial map in the process.
September 10, 2016
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