Post Thumbnail

Although we can't deny that having a household humanoid that chases away intruders would be a welcome member to most families, a team of individuals more focused on actual \"complex relationships\" have developed a series of bots that can learn and express emotions via lights. GlowBots are wee wheeled

7 years ago 0 Comments
May 13, 2007 at 6:26AM
Post Thumbnail

It's fairly obvious that using the Wii to keep yourself slim and trim is bound to put a smile on your SO's face, but a curious banner at a presumed church used Nintendo's console (and its token font, too) to hint at answers to a successful marriage. Of course, a couple interested in spending countl

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Forget personalized ringtones and ringbacks, the next tween obsession has arrived in the form of Push Ringer, which \"enables a caller to push an outgoing ringtone to the receiving phone -- allowing the caller, not the called person -- to set the tone.\" We're assuming you're either elated or sighing

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Forget personalized ringtones and ringbacks, the next tween obsession has arrived in the form of Push Ringer, which \"enables a caller to push an outgoing ringtone to the receiving phone -- allowing the caller, not the called person -- to set the tone.\" We're assuming you're either elated or sighing

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We've already got robotic eyedrops that can facilitate conversation and react accordingly to their surroundings, and there's even an R2-D2 clone to get your feet shuffling once you've recovered, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed an emotive robot, complete with his own int

8 years ago 0 Comments