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Honda's Robot Legs Facts
In 2008, Honda introduced an experimental pair of robot legs which they built to enhance the joy of mobility. They are still not available but are bei...
April 06, 2011
Spin The Bottle
Newest Honda ASIMO Robot Moves Like A Huma...
The Asimo's latest edition, unveiled on April 16, can run briskly, climb stairs with ease, dance like Travolta, kick a ball and jump up in down in wha...
April 18, 2014
Honda's Advanced ASIMO Shows Off Some Impr...
Honda's advanced ASIMO robot recently made an appearance at the International Auto Show in New York.
April 21, 2014
Honda Unveils New Robotics-Powered Scooter
Honda has unveiled a new personal scooter, powered by robotics, that'll be on display and being tested at Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science ...
May 16, 2012
10 Embarrassing Technological Failures
Gadgets are meant to make our lives better... if they work. Check out 10 embarrassing technological failures.
December 18, 2013
Obama Plays Soccer with a Robot in Japan
US President Barack Obama has played soccer with a robot during a visit to a museum in Tokyo on a visit to Japan.
April 24, 2014
Asimo Robots by Honda
Find out more about the Asimo robot, made by Honda in Japan.
January 23, 2011
Classic Robots From Robodex 2000
Extraordinary robots from Robodex 2000, the first-ever personal robot expo in Japan held back in 2000.
February 02, 2011
The Evolution of ASIMO the Robot
Honda has been researching robotics since 1986, and now they have just released the newsest version of their ASIMO robot.
April 19, 2014
Asimo Stars in Living With Robots
Asimo stars in Living with Robots
April 22, 2012
Korean Researchers Testing Raptor-Inspired...
The bipedal robot uses springs as artificial achilles tendons to recapture energy during its stride.
May 30, 2014
Will We Get Our News From 'Personalized' R...
The Associated Press has just added itself to the list of news organizations that will begin using robots to write stories.
July 02, 2014
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