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China is Building the World’s Largest Cloning Factory

China is Building the World’s Largest Cloning Factory

The use of cloning has long been a controversial topic for many reasons. This isn’t going to stop China though, they have been using...

Roboplow- The Snowplow Robot

Roboplow- The Snowplow Robot

Can you imagine that you can shovel the falling snow sitting in your chair and watching your monitor? Rob Kinkey does not only imagine...

GoSun Grill is the solar oven that can cook during the night

GoSun Grill is the solar oven that can cook during the night

The GoSun Grill is a brand new redesign of a modern grill. The grill is available for pre-order and it is said to be able to...

Yaskawa Electric Corporation teaches robot to mimic master swordsman

Yaskawa Electric Corporation teaches robot to mimic master swordsman

The world of robotics has advanced in amazing ways since the word was first coined in 1921 by playwright Karel Čapek. The word was...

Welcome to the Robot Hotel

Welcome to the Robot Hotel

Welcome to the robot hotel! It’s not really called that of course, but this Japanese hotel does indeed feature robot staff programmed to take...

Bazooka Sushi Maker

Bazooka Sushi Maker

Product designers are constantly working on redesigning the way we do things in order to make our lives faster and easier. If you have...

Airbus A320 forced to abort landing

Airbus A320 forced to abort landing

An Airbus A320 was forced to abort landing at Manchester airport after being hit by a strong crosswind. The failed landing was captured on video,...

Inexperienced Guy Builds Cool Mini Camper

Inexperienced Guy Builds Cool Mini Camper

Experience is no substitute for enthusiasm it seems, as proven by this novice builder. It took approximately 60 days for this guy to build...

How To Sharpen Knives With A Water Stone

How To Sharpen Knives With A Water Stone

Since ancient times, knives have been important for everyday survival. During the stone age knives made of flint were necessary for several different reasons. In...

Multi-point Turn Technology

Multi-point Turn Technology

Jaguar Land Rover has recently released publicly details about Multi-point Turn Technology prototype being explored by their research team in the UK. The UK research...