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An Australian robot football team has achieved what the Socceroos could not: beat the German team in an international competition in Brazil.
It's named Bodock, and 3D printing powerhouse Stratasys will march the giant, 14-foot, 2,000-pound creature into the event Thursday.
drawElements specializes in analyzing and assessing mobile 3D graphics. Its signiture product, dEQP, is a toolkit for benchmarking the accuracy, precision and stability of OpenGL ES and OpenCL GPUs.
The organiser of Maker Faire Africa talks to ZDNet about why he wants to build a network of inventors.
The acquisition of gaming headset firm Oculus VR by Facebook has now officially closed, in a deal worth approximately $2 billion.
Start-up Agilic hopes to bring young creators into the digital age with the Tiddlybot - a robot that delivers a range of investigative skills on its user.
Startup Forensiq says it can detect ad fraud — a hugely lucrative enterprise that nets as much as $16 billion a year — and no one is prosecuted.
Tech firms have run out of original ideas and that's why we have so many to-do list apps. 'Get off the bus' should be a startup's mantra.
If the Thread Group gets its way, the Internet of Things will have its protocol for mesh networking at its heart.
Alcon, the contact lens subsidiary of Novartis, will license the technology and co-develop the lenses with Google for a variety of ocular medical uses.
Microsoft says Project Adam has given it the world's best image classifier.
A robot developed by the University of Newcastle is the first step to creating robots that can act as companions for humans.
A pilot launched Monday will give do-it-yourselfers in California, Illinois and New York a closer look at MakerBot’s printing and scanning products.
The organisations that are looking to invent, and dominate the next era of computing are, at their heart, based on advertising revenue, and in the process of owning the future, these companies and their device-based competitors will treat the personal information of consumers as a prized commodity.