Adidas has announced that it is ready to begin commercial production of footwear at a robot-staffed factory in Germany. The so-called "Speedfactory" in Ansbach will apparently allow the firm to produce more shoes, with greater precision and with new designs.Read More
If humanity is to tackle the problems of a growing global population, increased urbanization, scarcity of resources and climate change, we have to rethink the way we live. The ReGen Village is aimed at doing this, by being built to be self-sustaining from the ground up.Read More
Once you've dragged yourself to work and back, it can be difficult to find the time or motivation to go to the gym. London-based gym 1Rebel has come up with a solution in the form of a fleet of buses converted into mobile spinning studios. Passengers will be able to exercise during their commute.
Visitors to a Pizza Hut in Asia will soon be able to place an order, ask about nutritional info and pay for their meal without even speaking to a member of staff, or at least a human one. A robot that can interact with customers, like a glorified self-checkout, is to be piloted at the restaurant.Read More
Saturday marked the 15th anniversary of Apple opening its first stores and what better way to celebrate than by opening another? The new venue in San Francisco shares the same spacious and open style as those trailblazers, but also has a wealth of high-tech and innovative features.Read More
French carmaker Peugeot has unveiled what it calls its "most advanced vehicle" to date. The new 3008 SUV is bigger, lighter and a better performer than its predecessor. It is also the first Peugeot to feature the firm's new i-Cockpit with Amplify and has a number of connectivity and driver assistance features.Read More
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