From augmented reality for your car's windshield to 4G internet on the moon, check out this week's awesome tech stories from around the web.
The world’s most agile robots are about to get a lot smarter thanks to the purchase of a startup focused on computer vision and machine learning.
Scientists make the most ever gene edits to a single cell and Google reboots its robotics program in this week's awesome tech stories from around the web.
For these robots, there remains a discrepancy between staged demonstrations and real world performance.
Boston Dynamics has opened commercial sales of Spot, its quadruped robot priced at $74,500, to businesses in the U.S. It ships in six to eight weeks.
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Boston Dynamics often makes a splash with videos of its anthropomorphic robots. But after years of work, it is not clear who would buy them or what they would be used for.
Announcement moves Boston Dynamics further into the realm of commercial robotics.
These six women have been the forces behind some of the most innovative trends in IT in the last few years, from software-defined networking to cloud storage.
Facebook funds research in mind-reading devices and China's AI education experiment goes big in this week's awesome tech stories from around the web.