Yoshiki Kitagawa recorded destruction left by the April 2016 Kumamoto earthquake in Japan to raise awareness of citizens’ plight.
A robotics company in Belgium has spread their service bots everywhere from care homes to hospitals.
Just don't confuse it with erotica.
Recruit hermit crabs, sardines, or battleships in a fight to control the oceans.
As the Japanese population shrinks, researchers are investing hopes in an automated workforce.
Astroscale is aiming to create two types of satellites to detect and destroy space debris.
Listen, I liked the '90s as much as anyone else, but not for its control schemes.
Yuutu Banda, who is paralyzed, uses the telepresence bot to go to work.
The business of localizing Japanese games is anything but a smooth trip overseas.
Nintendo’s first mobile app is quite strange, but fans appear to have embraced it—so far, at least.