I suspect the astronauts at IIS are like children at Christmas morning while opening the crate with the ultimate tech-toy, Robonaut. Though I'm a bit sceptical of the actual usefulness of the robot, I'm sure it will make a fine time waster for the astronauts.
As told in the previous Robonaut article from EnkelAdress, this could very well prove to be more of a PR stunt from Nasa and General Motors, but still, it's the first humanoid robot in Space.
Regardless of the intentions behind sending it to space, I hope they continue to expand his abilities and enhancements.
At first I was a bit suspicious on what the intentions were for having him on twitter and facebook, or rather I was suspicious as to why they posted messages AS Robonaut instead of ABOUT it. Having spent some time reading up I do realize it really doesn't matter.
It's a very nifty piece of technology, but he's not the scifi-cyborg we're expecting it to be. At least not yet.
Two years after the final mission of Endeavour and the ending of the space shuttle era, the intrument called "Alphamagnetic Spectrometer" may have something to tell us.
Iíve seen a lot of bloggers and web pages lately, claiming that the NSA has released a document containing hard proof that radio signals of extraterrestrial origin has been received. The document in question actually DOES state that signals has been observed, and it also contains a visual description of the signal in question.
By the year 2025 Nasa plans to land astronauts on an asteroid, anyone thinking of the movie Armageddon yet?
By digging up Martian soil and thoroughly isolating genetic material from microbes, scientists could compare the genetic sequence to what we find here on Earth. The instrument responsible for collecting the genetic material is under development by researchers at Harvard and MIT and could catch a ride with a rocket to Mars in a decade or so.
Have you integrated a facebook login to your site, or are you planning to? There\'s a small bug involving the sign in process that can make your life miserable unless you know how to get around it. Here\'s one possible solution.
This Immerse headset from ThumbsUp offers both positive and negative sides.
You might have the best app ever created, or you might have the user friendliest web page in the world. You might even have the most useful piece of shareware ever made and still not making any money.
According to an email DroidXplorer will be preinstalled on devices, and be featured on a set of app stores. For free.