It’s called “Salto-1P” and it’s a “monopedal jumping robot capable of continuous high-power hopping”. It’s now playing hopscotch.
A new informal study shows that 58 percent of tech employees from companies like Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft feel like frauds.
The original Apple computer and its graphics weren’t much to look at, which may be why it’s so cool to see it run through all the history that followed it.
Inokyo wants to be the indie Amazon Go. It’s just launched its prototype cashierless autonomous retail store. Cameras track what you grab from shelves, and with a single QR scan of its app on your way in and out of the store, you’re charged for what you got. Inokyo‘s first store is now open on […]
Commentary: Instead of re-examining old-fashioned ideas of “high” and “low” art, the Academy wants to put blockbuster movies in a box. That’s a bad idea.
Next time you use Google Maps on an iPhone or an iPad to look up restaurants in your area, try tapping their names. Google has rolled out Maps' "match" feature to the platform, which can predict how much you'd like a particular establishment. It's on…
Nintendo Despite anecdotal evidence that Nintendo’s cardboard-filled Labo series hasn’t yet sold gangbusters, the Japanese game maker is apparently going full-speed ahead with the weird series. Nintendo took a late-Thursday opportunity to unveil the Labo Vehicle Kit, coming this September to Nintendo Switch. The $69.99 product will include three separate build-your-own steering chassis: the Toy-Con […]
Silicon Valley insiders tell the BBC about social media’s deliberate addictive qualities.
It’s a better way to spend $180,000 at a Toyota dealer than, say, purchasing nine Corollas.