You have your Facebook, Twitter, and some even MySpace. But what about your beloved cyborgs? They’ve got social needs too, you know. According to NewScientist, there’s a new site on the block that’ll allow your droids to have status updates of their own. Furthermore, MyRobots.com aims to be a complete social hub for humanoids; aside from the “I need to be charged” updates, they’ll also secure a complete profile with name and photo. Of course, apps couldn’t be left behind, which is why the company is planning a cloud-based app store to cap off its efforts. Unfortunately, just like The Facebook in its early days, the site is only open to a select few for now: Nao and Arduino-based robots. Needless to say, if you’re going to have your mechanical partner make you a sandwich, the least you can do is let it share its feelings with friends.
MyRobots.com: for all of your robot’s social needs