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Internet of Things the star of the show at this year’s CES

Major headlines in robotics lately have circled around Amazon’s drone-based delivery ambitions and Google’s consolidation of a number of small, innovative robotics teams under

“Hidden” Internet of Things OS proves vulnerable to attack

For all the excitement surrounding progress toward networking the everyday machines that make up the “Internet of Things” — tech writers and analysts say

Start-up gets cash influx to put Internet of Things in your hand

The last six months have seen a number of moves toward standardizing the development of the “Internet of Things” on the part of major

“Smart Home” consortium working for open standard

The “smart home” industry is booming these days, attracting interest and investment from companies with their feet in every corner of the tech sector.

Amid another transit strike, little discussion of automation

While driverless cars and smart homes often snag most of the headlines, they represent only one, particularly visible level of the ongoing automation of

Moti “smart motor” looks to kickstart itself into toy market

It’s no secret that robots have been big business in the consumer-facing market over the last several years. Robotic stars have led films like

Freescale, Oracle partner to shape the “Internet of Things”

We are in recent years seeing more and more facets of our daily lives adapt to incorporate not only some broad, loose conception of

Tesla Motors enters the race for a (nearly) autonomous car

The past few years have seen an explosion of interest in the idea of the autonomous car, with traditional automotive manufacturers, university-based research teams

Surgical robots simultaneously break ground, endure scrutiny

Yesterday Mazor Robotics announced the world’s first (and second, and third) successful robot-aided deep brain stimulation (DBS) procedures. Using Mazor’s Renaissance robotic guidance system,

After leadership additions, Adept shows positive signs

After suffering through what Motley Fool has termed a “dismal performance” over the previous five years involving a negative 44 percent return for those