Robots are taking our jobs. They manufacture stuff, fly planes, drive cars, trade stocks, clean floors and write news articles. And soon they may be serving your drinks.
Yura, the personal bartender, is a drone/waiter/cocktail mixer that swoops down from above the crowd to fill your glass. The innovation comes from from designer Herman Haydin and has been shortlisted for the annual Electrolux Design Lab competition.
Archaeologists have unearthed the fossil of a "four-winged" dinosaur bird – indicating that feathered dinosaurs may have been able to fly before the evolution of birds.
The long tail feathers of Changyuraptor, from north-east China, would have provided the stability and speed control required for a safe landing.
At four feet long and weighing 90 pounds, the creature, which lived 125 million years ago, is the biggest dinosaur of its type yet discovered.
The well-preserved fossil shows that its body was cloaked by a full set of feathers and, in comparison with its body size, the foot-long tail feathers were unusually long.