MOBILE, Ala. - You don't see dancing robots busting moves to Psy's hit song "Gangnam Style" everyday!
"Nao" the robot belongs to Northeast State Community College's Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing program. The school uses him to teach students a thing or two about robotics.
The machine is fully programmed with high tech sensors, facial recognition capabilities, and some awesome dance moves.
Facebook recently announced they are rolling out a verified check mark to guarantee the celebrity or public figure you're following is the real deal. Twitter first unveiled the famous blue check mark back in 2009.
Health food junkies, rejoice! Google is going to make it easier for you to get information. The search engine plans to highlight nutritional data for more than a thousand foods.
When you ask Google how much protein is in a banana, you'll get that answer as well as an expanded box showing you the calories, fat grams and more. (Bananas have about a gram of protein.)
Studies show most people miscalculate how many calories they take in each day, even if they use calorie counting apps. Google says most of its nutritional information will come from the Department of Agriculture and not rely on user-generated content like many apps and sites.
This new search will start rolling out next month.
That's your Daily Tech.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed before they expire at the end of the year.
The Annual Fairhope Christmas Parade was held Friday night and the warm weather did not stop the atmosphere from feeling like Christmas.
Prichard Police have launched several new initiatives in the wake of 3 bold business break-ins along Wilson Avenue this week.
Federal authorities say an Alabama man has been charged in a slaying at an Army post in southeast Georgia, but officials are releasing few details about the case.
Rain chances increase tonight, followed by much colder weather for Saturday...
Officials said new hotels may be coming to Foley in the near future and will help the progress of the city's planned multi-use facility as well as the Blue Collar Country entertainment complex.