The Henn Na hotel -- situated in Urayasu, on Tokyo's outskirts -- markets itself as an almost entirely robot-run establishment.
A new technique using artificial intelligence to predict where deforestation is most likely to occur could help the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) preserve its shrinking rainforest and cut carbon emissions, researchers have said.
How does one Aussie surfer go from a passion project in the backyard to a globe-spanning business?
The Walt Disney Company is using AI to determine how much audiences enjoy every single moment of its films.
The first nation to fully embrace UHD terrestrial broadcasts, South Korea also delivers super fast broadband to its major cities for effortless 4K streaming.
It wasn't that long ago - in the scheme of things - that technology, in a business context, to many (misguided people) meant 'IT department'. Now tech permeates everything.
While it's only just launched in Australia, I've been using a Google Home for the past eight months.
It's not the first time the two tech moguls have clashed publicly.
Gamers started it, and now filmmakers are exploring virtual reality as a way to make a story more powerful.
From double-sided televisions to towering see-through displays, LG is designing the screens of the future in a South Korean research lab nestled right against the North Korean border.
Artists have already done a lot with robots, but it’s safe to say that there’s more to come.
Village Roadshow and its co-executive chairman have jointly invested $1.5 million in Linius Technologies, a firm whose primary product makes digital video files easier to manipulate.
Local residents and potential investors can stand in Werribee's main street and view the revitalised city centre, while proposed buildings are still on the drawing board, thanks to the WynLens augmented reality project.
The drone is capable of delivering up to 1.5 kilograms of goods, and could carry anything from milk to medicines.
Mechanical and robotic exoskeletons hold considerable promise, both as aids to the disabled and machines to increase the lifting power of worked in heavy industry, but so far the reality has lagged considerably behind the dream.
New technology is taking Australian indigenous art to the world stage.
Customers of ING Direct may soon be able to ask their "digital assistant" to check their bank balance, or tell a "chatbot" on Twitter to freeze a credit card that has gone missing.
Volkswagen is starting from behind but the German carmaker thinks it can stop Elon Musk's car pioneer in its tracks.
Mini autonomous police cars paired with companion drones and facial recognition technology will begin patrolling the streets of Dubai by the end of the year to help the city identify and track down criminal suspects.
The world's leading drug companies are turning to artificial intelligence to improve the hit-and-miss business of finding new medicines, with GlaxoSmithKline as part of a new $US43 million ($55.9 million) deal.
Assertions that technological change will create massive unemployment are wrong, says Australia's top tech adviser.
A new report raises some interesting possibilities for the upcoming iPhone and Apple's increasing focus on augmented reality.
In new plans, SpaceX's CEO says a "Mars Colonial Fleet" of more than 1000 cargo ships would depart "en masse".
Cowarobot's autonomous stroller follows you around with your precious cargo in tow. Would you use one?
Children now have the power to decide the outcome of their favourite Netflix shows as the streaming giant branches out beyond linear television.