Whoever said you can’t manufacture love clearly doesn’t have experience in robotics… Meet 31-year-old artificial intelligence expert Zheng Jiajia, who built and married his own female humanoid.Read More
People across the globe are returning their Galaxy Note 7 mobiles to Samsung in exchange for apology rewards, to try to put out the fire on their reputation. But which country is getting the best deal? We took a look worldwide and ranked the company’s responses from best to worst.Read More
The UN has condemned countries that intentionally restrict citizens’ internet access by passing a non-binding resolution - reaffirming their stance that “the same rights people have offline must also be protected online.”Read More
Invisible robots are no longer just science fiction. Researchers from the Guoping Wang of Wuhan University in China have created a robot with the Chameleon-like ability to change colour with its surroundings.Read More
Computer scientists at Rice University Houston, Texas, conducted a study into just how quick Chinese authorities can censor messages posted on their version of Twitter, known as Weibo.Read More
All the women out there whose men just don't cut it in the gift department, gaze upon the glory of Lingxiang Xiang and despair at your man yet again handing you the same old wilted roses and chalky chocolates. For this is a man who has given his girlfriend the gift of R2-D2.
Sick and tired of his adult son's video gaming addiction, a Chinese father has hired in-game "hitmen" to kill his child's avatar repeatedly in an attempt to discourage him from playing.
It's fair to say that we've seen a fair few mobile devices from China that far surpass the idea of shameless copying beyond anything that Samsung has ever infringed upon. This definitely takes it to an all new level, as before any official announcement of marketing of the upcoming iPhone 5 has occured, an Android clone has been made in the Far East.
The country has published a white paper to celebrate its space achievements in 2011, including becoming the third nation to dock in space, and give a general idea as to where they want to be in five years.
From the paper, it's clear that China sees space exploration as a key part to its continuing development, revealing some rather ambitious plans for the next half decade.