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You may or may not have heard, but the world saw the first robot obtain citizenship last fall. Although this was a historic milestone in the history of robots, it hasn’t come without its lot of controversies (both about the citizenship and the praise for the robot). This left many a […]

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People have been missing the Arduino.org for quite some time. These were among the best Arduino compatible boards available on the market and they were a beloved best-seller at RobotShop. Fortunately, the wait is over now. CC Logistics, the new name of the company, just released a new lineup of products called What’s Next?. Behind the colorful names and packaging hide some excellent products which are aiming at the future.

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This article doesn’t reflect RobotShop’s or its owners’ opinion and aims to simply be a reflection upon iRobot’s current situation and possible future. This shouldn’t be used to inform financial or investment decisions. The author wished to remain anonymous. Despite seeing its stock reach an all-time high no later than […]

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5 reasons why irobot might crash

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If you thought the most expensive material on the planet was a diamond, you were likely not considering radioactive elements like plutonium (or drugs like LSD), or very rare like californium. Scientists at Harvard have added a new one to the list of most expensive materials and it may even be at the top of the list – hydrogen metal.

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The structure you see above has the potential to be stronger than steel and considerably less dense. Researchers at MIT, in collaboration with the Office of Naval Research and the Departmnt of Defense, headed by Markus Buehler and supported by the  intend to 3D print it using graphene (as opposed to the […]

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