If you're a bachelor and want a mate who does not talk back and supports your decision to have a tipple once in a while, then the P2 robot would fit the bill perfectly - although you will not be able to enjoy the more feminine aspect of a relationship.
We all dream of high-end smartphones once in a while. Let’s face it, the majority of us don’t need all the features of a flagship device. Nor can we afford them. Thankfully, there are plenty of choices in the budget phone section also. Two of the most appealing handsets from this range are the Moto […]
Benchmark Reviews: To most people, the sudden industry interest in 3D technology is considered a fad. It's an eccentric marketing ploy for the fringe enthusiast, merely feeding a niche market. It's too expensive, or it's too immature, or it's too proprietary. If this has you believing the skeptics and naysayers, then 3D technology is already doomed to fail. Fortunately for entertainment enthusiasts there's a difference between pessimism and reality, and I'll use this editorial to explore the very real possibility that we'll soon live in a world based around 3D technology. Some optimists believe that 3D is already on its way to being a mainstream technology, but realists should expect it to come in phases, based on supply and product demand. I think it will begin with 3D cameras, and their byproducts: 3D photos and 3D video.
Everyone loves the beer-fetching Willow Garage PR2 robot, as seen in a recent gallery of its greatest achievements. Evidently, it even loves itself. When developers at Bosch Research gave it a pen, it drew a handsome self-portrait.