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Yuneec Typhoon Q500G Drone
By RT Staff · 7 December, 2015 • The perfect mix of advanced capabilities and pilot-friendly design, the Yuneec Typhoon Q500G drone features a stable quadcopter, an intuitive remote control and a custom gimbal mount for a GoPro. You'll have fun, stay safe and create amazing videos.
PBS KIDS ScratchJr App Teaches Coding Concepts
By MIT News · 4 December, 2015 • Developed in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab and Tufts University, the PBS KIDS ScratchJr app helps children ages 5-8 learn coding concepts.
10 Popular Robot Toys for Christmas 2015
By Steve Crowe · 4 December, 2015 • Looking for the perfect robot toy for your child? Here are the hottest robot toys for the 2015 Christmas season that are entertaining and educational.
7 Drones on Everyone’s Christmas List
By RT Staff · 4 December, 2015 • Besides gifts from Apple, Amazon and Lego, drones look to be the hottest tech gift this holiday season. Here are seven drones that are on everyone's wish list.
Hasbro’s Robot Cat Reminds Us to Visit Our Grandparents
By Steve Crowe · 18 November, 2015 • Hasbro's new Joy For All line of robotic pets designed to offer companionship to grandma and grandpa. First up in the series is the $99 Companion Pet Cat that has motion and light sensors to respond to touch. It even has "VibraPurr" technology to replicate a "realistic cat purr."
Parrot Bebop 2 Drone Doubles Flight Time to 25 Minutes
By Steve Crowe · 17 November, 2015 • The Parrot Bebop 2 drone features a 25-minute flight time, more than double that of the original Bebop drone. The Bebop 2 drone will be available Dec. 14 for $549.99.
Dyson 360 Eye vs. iRobot Roomba 980: Which Robot Vacuum is Superior?
By RT Staff · 21 October, 2015 • How does the new Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum stack up against iRobot's Roomba 980? Check out the side-by-side comparison.
UC Davis Releases Free Tools for Teaching Robotics
By RT Staff · 15 October, 2015 • The University of California, Davis has released free robotics and computing tools for teachers, including the RoboBlockly web-based simulator that uses a simple puzzle-piece interface to program virtual Linkbot and Lego robots. Constructing programs with blocks also generates code that can control real robots.
Makerarm Robot Arm a One-stop Shop for Your Making Needs
By Steve Crowe · 6 October, 2015 • Makerarm is a digital fabrication system fits on your desktop and can 3D print, laser, carve, plot, assemble, pick/place by using changeable tool-heads.
Meet Cannybots: 3D Printable Robot Cars Blowing Up on Kickstarter
By Steve Crowe · 29 September, 2015 • New Cannybots robot race cars have launched on Kickstarter, combiningslot car racing with Lego-style assembly. Cannybots are 3D printable, open source Bluetooth-enabled toy cars that can be controlled using tablets, smartphones, and a Raspberry Pi.
10 Game-Changing Robots Honored at RoboBusiness
By Steve Crowe · 23 September, 2015 • A look at the winners of the 2015 Game Changer Awards, honoring the robotics industry‚Äôs remarkable technical accomplishments and their makers.
16 Robotics Startups to Watch
By Steve Crowe · 23 September, 2015 • Pitchfire, the "Shark Tank" of robotics, gives 16 startups two minutes to tell a live panel of judges and attendees how their product will be a disruptive technology. Here's a sneak peek at each finalist.
Robo Wunderkind Programmable Robot Kit Launches on Kickstarter
By Steve Crowe · 21 September, 2015 • Robo Wunderkind, a new programmable robotics kit for kids, has launched on Kickstarter. The kit is compatible with LEGO blocks and connects to Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth. Once children have mastered the basics of coding, they can move on to program their robot with Scratch, a programming language for kids developed at MIT.
19 Game-Changing Robots
By RT Staff · 18 September, 2015 • The finalists for the 2015 Game Changer Awards, which honor the robotics industry's remarkable technical accomplishments and their makers. Winners will be announced September 23rd at RoboBusiness 2015.
WiFi-Enabled Roomba 980 is iRobot’s Smartest Robot Vacuum Ever
By Steve Crowe · 17 September, 2015 • iRobot's new Roomba 980 robot vacuum is the first to combine adaptive navigation with visual localization, which allows the robot vacuum to map your floors and clean them on its own. The Roomba 980 also is iRobot's first cloud-connected consumer robot, allowing users to connect, manage, and monitor it through iRobot's new HOME App on Android and iOS devices.

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