once every few years, German industrial control and automation company Festo will unveil an amazing animal inspired robot. the last we have seen dates back to 2011 where we were awed by the incredible life-like seagull and this time round, the Esslingen am Neckar-based firm gets back to the ground and came up with another…
the very thought of a 100-lbs punch landing on our temple sends shudder down our bones but not if you can do your favorite bout with your best pal, each in your very own safety cage…
Razer has another gaming mouse with yellow paint job and it ain’t adorable like Pikachu-themed mouse you can’t get outside of China. This time the yellow is borrowed from the much anticipated CD Projekt RED’s video game, Cyberpunk 2077 (which has been delayed, again).
Someone spent four years developing a completely open-source, free-to-make-your-own prosthetic hand that cost $30 in parts. In a world where prosthetic limb is a luxury, Maker Hand is a glimmer of hope for the those below elbow amputees who can’t afford high tech prosthetic limb.
Every tech firm that makes robot dogs sticks with the same headless design. Xiaomi is no different when it developed its first Cyberdog. However, one year on, things have changed. Recently, the company unveiled its second-generation Cyberdog, aptly called Cyberdog 2.
When it comes to plastic construction toys featuring mostly plastic bricks with studs, the first brand to come to mind is LEGO. But if you are like me who is ready to step outside the norm of LEGO, MEGA, K-nex, and the like, and enter the realm of boundless imagination and creativity, well then may …
So you think a flame-throwing drone and a robotic dog strapped with a submachine gun aren’t crazy enough? Well, how about a robotic dog armed with a flamethrower? I am not even joking. A flame-throwing robotic dog is only real but it is available to order now.
The Vivo X Fold2 may be the flagship of the flagships but it is the first vertically folding phone, the Vivo X Flip that has our full attention. Why? Because it is Vivo’s first flip-style folding device and it has an enormous secondary display that begs for attention.
Thanks to Xiaomi’s Cyberdog, robot dogs don’t need to cost an arm or a leg, or as much as a small car. Still, a grand and a half is still a lot for some aspiring roboticists and hobbyists.
As major smartphone developers are in a race for market share, it is imperative that their flagship devices have stand out features. Any competitive difference the device has to offer could mean if a company will emerge as the winner. Lets not forget about pricing too, but that’s another story for another day.