Sony has just developed the perfect companion for your dog, a robot human! The SDR-3X will be displayed at ROBODEX 2000, the world’s first exhibition of “Robots as Partner” from November 24-26 in Yokohama, Japan. Honda, on the other hand, unveiled a more sophisticated 1.2m-high robot, the Asimo. Nokia’s latest 9210 Communicator offers full-color screen with 4096 colors, Mobile email, Word, Spreadsheet, Presentation viewer, High speed WWW and WAP, and Mobile multimedia.
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- Energous WattUp Wirelessly Charges Ga... — News: Energous WattUp Wirelessly Charges Gadgets 3 Feet Awayhttp://sea.pcmag.com/news/18817/energous-wattup-wirelessly-charges-gadgets-3-feet-awayFCC certification received for this radio frequency charging system that requires no contact and allows multiple gadgets to be charged at once from distance. SaveSave SaveSave [...]
- 2017 Was the Year the Robots Really, ... — https://www.wired.com/story/2017-was-the-year-the-robots-really-truly-arrived/?mbid=nl_123017_daily_list1_p1They escaped the factory floor and started conquering big cities to deliver food. Self-driving cars swarmed the streets. And even bipedal robots strolled out of the lab and into the real world. [...]