SK Technology has basically been wasting its time and money on making pointless things like phone-controlled vacuum cleaners

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phone-controlled-vacuum.jpgSK Technology, who you haven’t heard of because they make things like this that no one wants or needs, has neared completion of its latest project – a robotic vacuum cleaner controlled by mobile phone.

The system transmits video to a phone, theoretically allowing amazingly lazy people to sit on the sofa eating doughnuts while a robot picks up the crumbs and soggy lumps of sugar. It’s rare to come across a new piece of technology that has so few merits.

Perhaps SK Technology is hoping to sell the streaming-video-to-a-phone idea to Google for $2.4 billion? Or maybe they’re hoping it may be of use to the military in spying situations? No one would suspect a robot vacuum cleaner.

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  • HAHA clever actually, you could buy the hover and they shove a magnetic arm onto it lol, then you could get your self a beer and not move. I think its a great idea bout they have aimed the technology in the wrong area.

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