Lenovo confirms job cuts are coming
Axes a further two percent of its staff.
Take your pick of X370 or B350.
€40 for a full 110-switch set.
With an eye-catching design, a bundled RGB control hub, and a tempered glass panel, is the £110 P7-C1 Pro a solid purchase?
Customer trials due later this year.
Arduino answers the Raspberry Pi challenge.
An animatronics expert has built himself a giant six-legged robot in which to ride.
Students use the Kinect sensor to help the 'JediBot' fight back.
Section 8 has giant robots, jetpacks, parachutes, 32-player support and plentiful minigun turrets. It is, in short, pretty crazy - but none of that ensures that it'll hold up to our scrutiny. Joe takes a look to see if Section 8 can pass muster successfully or whether it really does belong in the asylum.
Rumours that a new MechWarrior game was to be announced soon have now been confirmed.
A series of new videos hint that an announcement for Mechwarrior 5 could be on the horizon soon.
A team at Waseda University in Japan has developed a robot capable of expressing a variety of emotions - including sadness, joy, dislike, and surprise.
The exponential rise in computing power has led to many big steps forward in the world of Artificial Intelligence. Mark Mackay examines some of the research that is being done in this area and looks at what the future might hold for all of us.
Hacker Jon Bennett has found a novel use for a Linux-based Linksys wireless router - the brains for his Internet-connected remote operated robot vehicle.
Asahi has just unveiled it's brand new invention - a beer-serving robot that'll pour you a pint while you mod!
Fritsl over at Let's Make Robots! has put the finishing touches to his self-propelled tracked drummer robot, which guides itself around until it finds objects to bash out a tune on.
With Pixar's upcoming movie in mind, how about this truly fantastic WALL-E robot mod! UPDATED: Now with more details and more pictures!
In the tech equivalent to messing around in the kitchen with flour and getting a scolding from your mother, a team of students have made a robot which prints on carpet using talcum powder.