As goes Foxconn, so goes the rest of China's manufacturing.
As goes Foxconn, so goes the rest of China's manufacturing.
London's Science Museum wants to rebuild the robot showman who captivated crowds in the 1920s.
SoftBank's Pepper, MasterCard and Pizza Hut Asia are gunning for so-called "conversational commerce experiences to merchants and consumers." The big picture is about more automation and replacing pricey humans.
Pizza Hut Asia will pilot a commerce-based application of Softbank's Pepper that will see the robot take customer's orders and process MasterCard payments.
You know those cool-looking NFL on Fox robots? This is nothing like that.
"We never taught it to do that," says one researcher.
Deakin University, in conjunction with Telstra, has developed haptically-enabled robotics technology to allow the remote controlling of ultrasounds from up to 1,000 kilometres away.
The Japanese telecom is using its robot to make a big push into the U.S. market.
A lot of tech startups have ping pong tables. This was bound to happen.
"Our goal is already clearly-defined - to be number one in autonomous driving", CEO Harald Krueger tells shareholders
Screen time is a real concern for parents. A wristband may win over skeptics.
South Korean automobile giant Hyundai is developing its own 'Ironman' suit exoskeleton that it hopes will be used in diverse industries such as military and medical, with the ultimate goal to make it a transportation tool.
A team of researchers from MIT and elsewhere has developed a tiny, foldable robot that once swallowed, could be directed to perform tasks within the body.
Delicate manipulation is the next frontier for robots, and this learning hand is pointing the way.
FIRST Competition championships: Proof that the future is bright for engineering.
Google made the new Android Wear 2.0 update available for developers last week after I/O 2016. We installed it on our Huawei Watch and took it for a spin.
Do you own an Apple laptop? Here are a range of accessories to boost your productivity when you're using your MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.
Here are six of the very best Android handsets currently on offer.
Mapping company Here has used Lidar to build up 3D models of the capital's roads.
For most people, their smartphone is the hub for their daily lives, using it for work, play, and to keep track of their fitness and any medical conditions. Here are some essential accessories to help you get the most out of your smartphone.
The Newton's Cradle is fine. Really. It is. Unless you consider these ...
From Leo DiCaprio to Magic Johnson, these celebrities know exactly where to put their money.
The iPhone is a great piece of kit, and one that has revolutionised the way we work and play. But with the right accessories you can make it even better.
After several failed attempts, SpaceX made a historic rocket landing in the middle of the ocean that could mean huge savings for commercial space travel.
The latest 3D printer from Stratasys promises to cut the time to prototype products and should appeal to enterprises. Here's a look at the key details.
I noticed lots of tech habits in China on my recent trip to the country. Here are the main trends which I think will be adopted over here soon.
From early calculators to WWII cryptography machines, if you can name this old hardware, software and storage media, you really know your stuff
You no longer need powerful CAD software to design and print insanely cool objects.
The luxury tech market is full of gadgets that you did not even know you wanted ... until now
If the Internet is built into everything you own, none of it will be truly safe from hackers.
A leading expert on big data explains how the technology will transform work.
What is it like to be driven by a driver-less car, and how big a deal self-driving vehicles will really be?
Built-in search, artificial intelligence, machine learning and a knowledge graph connecting billions of entities is how Google plans to ultimately compete and win in many markets where it isn't first today.
Robotics startup Zipline is combining its resilient drone design with the supply chain expertise of UPS to bring unprecedented access to medical supplies across Rwanda.
Apple says it recovered the precious metal from recycling discarded iPhones, iPads, computers, and probably a few Android handsets, too.
What makes the US a business powerhouse, argues Larry Dignan, is our mix of creative types and tech experts.
Rant: Bots on Facebook's Messenger Platform could usher in a business and customer service boom, but there are risks.
Facebook's 5-year master plan isn't so surprising, but the 10-year view has a few detours ahead.
Thalmic Labs claims the Myo armband can let you take control of your devices hands-free, but whether it will one day replace our mouse or touchpad remains to be seen.
In a crowded field, the latest from Yuneec stands out with curb appeal and features for all levels of pilot.
Seen too many dubious security-in-a-box solutions? USB armory is the real deal for anyone looking to protect and control their personal digital privacy and security. But is this real deal ready for regular users?
The Lenovo M57 eco is a small form-factor desktop that is promoted by the company as energy efficient. We found it to be a capable and powerful office performer for its size, but with limited upgrade options.
Western digital has released a range of hard drives purporting to save up to 40 percent in power consumption over comparable drives. We found the drives not only lived up to promised efficiency, but also were competitively priced.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.
At AU$999, the DreamBook Light 350S is one of the cheapest notebooks money can buy. You get what you pay for, however.
Despite its extremely affordable price and logical design, the M50 fails to stand out in terms of performance, features or battery life.
Toshiba's Satellite Pro P100 is a competent multimedia workhorse that could easily replace most regular desktop PCs. It boasts powerful graphics and storage subsystems, while the Harmon/Kardon integrated speaker set beats most competing offerings hands-down.
Ultraportables don't get much lighter than Sony's 1.2kg TX17. Although diminutive in size, the 11-inch Vaio has a built-in DVD burner, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
O2's Xphone IIm should appeal to those who want a smarter than average phone, but against serious smartphone opposition it comes a very distinct second.
The Flybook glides into Australia boasting good looks and much hype as the '"smallest ultra portable tablet PC in the world". Read our Australian First Take.
The 3230 continues Nokia's run of style-plus-substance phones, offering a 1.2-megapixel camera, video editing and a positively lush-looking screen.
If you need a smart phone as a business tool, the h6365 is a solid choice. On the other hand, if you're seeking a stylish gadget, you'd do better to look elsewhere.
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