If you've always been frustrated when it comes to solving a Rubik's Cube, there is now a robot which can fix this problem in under two seconds!
Four years after the Fukushima Reactor meltdown, TEPCO is sending a smartphone-carrying 3D printed robot to survey the damage.
Just in from Dutch Design Week 2015: Company Soft Robotics introduced a 3D printed robotic hand that responds to human grip.
Engineers at Cornell University are perfecting methods to 3D print a realistic, adaptable tentacle. This helps robots to become more agile and dependable.
Do computers do it better? Today in tech, we have a self-educating, 3D printing robots from the University of Oslo.