Postmates reveals new robot food delivery service
Postmates' senior vice president of operations, Russell Cook, shows ABC News the company's new robot food delivery service.
The couple spoke to Whoopi Goldberg about their daughter's illness and the medical and technological advances they've made.
This April Fools' Day, companies and public figures are trying to outdo themselves once again with their stunts. Ted Cruz, Donald Trump Debate TedCruz.org published this statement today, "The Cruz for President campaign released the following video announcing that Donald Trump has accepted Ted
Amazon is touting that its Prime Day deals broke the company's Black Friday records despite being a disappointment for some . Here's a look at how Walmart and Amazon stacked up in their shopping deals face-off. Amazon said today that it sold "more units" on Prime Day than those of its biggest Black
Amazon just released a sneak peek of some of its Amazon Prime Day deals, which the company touts will outnumber those it offers on Black Friday . The one-day shopping event on Wednesday, July 15, is a new promotion for Amazon Prime customers, who pay $99 a year for perks like free two-day shipping
The Academy Award-winning producer and author of "A Curious Mind" reveals his fascination with discovering what makes everyone tick.
Spring cleaning: Everybody has to do it, but who among us really looks forward to it? From purging items that are no longer useful to priming your laundry strategy for the freshest linens possible, the following tips from lifestyle experts will help streamline the spring cleaning experience into an
ABC News' Tech Contributor Tina Trinh shows us gadgets to make party planning a little easier.
While automatic robotic vacuums like the iRobot have improved, Consumer Reports says households should not rush to ditch their traditional vacs. In its November issue, Consumer Reports says that robotic vacuums cost more than their full-size counterparts, and tend to miss areas, which is hardly
A new generation of robots—some domestic, others military and scientific--does everything from clearing gutters to mopping floors. These devices will spy on neighbors, carry golf clubs and trot along beside Marines on four articulated legs like a pack mule. Robotics expert Andrew Ng, director of