Lobangs of May 31, 2015

Meet An Origami Robot That Can Build Itself, Run Around, And Then Dissolve  Robots are supposed to be huge and hulking like Big Dog, but what happens when they are as light as a feather? MIT researchers recently demonstrated a tiny robot that can fold itself from a sheet of thin material, walk … Continue reading

Lobangs of May 30, 2015

Meet An Origami Robot That Can Build Itself, Run Around, And Then Dissolve  Robots are supposed to be huge and hulking like Big Dog, but what happens when they are as light as a feather? MIT researchers recently demonstrated a tiny robot that can fold itself from a sheet of thin material, walk … Continue reading

Lobangs of May 30, 2015

Meet An Origami Robot That Can Build Itself, Run Around, And Then Dissolve  Robots are supposed to be huge and hulking like Big Dog, but what happens when they are as light as a feather? MIT researchers recently demonstrated a tiny robot that can fold itself from a sheet of thin material, walk … Continue reading

Lobangs of May 29, 2015

Here’s A First Look At Android M  Android M is still in its very early days; Google just released the first developer preview for use on test devices today. We flashed it onto a Nexus 5, and took a look around to see what was new. The OS is far from feature-complete at this … Continue reading

Lobangs of May 28, 2015

Lenovo Releases A Media Stream Puck  This thing somehow sticks to an HDTV. Called the Lenovo Cast, it’s the firm’s first media streaming device and is designed to work with Android devices. Launching this August at $49 and lacking native apps, it’s a more expensive … Continue reading