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Robots Take Over in This Week in GeekTech

Get a look at the stories you might have missed from PCWorld's GeekTech blog this week!

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Flying Robots Design, Build Stuff; Singularity Must Be Near

Robots take the next step toward autonomy--UPenn researchers program flying drone bots that can design and build structures.

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The Nerdier Side of CES on PCWorld Podcast #106

The GeekTech Blog Crew convenes again after recovering from CES! Join us as we discuss some of our favorite gadgets and happenings from this year's show.

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Livescribe Pen Beats Programmer at Tic-Tac-Toe

What would you do with a digital pen? If you're this guy, you program games for it.

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Logitech Revue Jailbreak Not for the Faint of Heart

Hackers have found a way to jailbreak the Logitech Revue Google TV box. But this hack isn't for newbies...

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Arduino Documentary Is Perfect for Geek Movie Night

Arduino, the popular hardware toolkit for DIY enthusiasts, is now the topic of a documentary. Get out the popcorn!

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Case Turns Your iPhone Into One Big Lego Brick (Sorta)

A Lego-compatible iPhone case from SmallWorks brings new meaning to the expression "bricking your phone."

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The Geekiest Gadgets of CES 2011

GeekTech pulls a Voltron and assembles all the geekiest gadgets we found in Vegas at CES.

CES Day 1: Sleek Laptops, Sexy Tablets, Cool Cameras, and More

Las Vegas has no secrets for us, at least in the area of technology. Here is a sampling of what we found most interesting on the first day of CES, with gadgets and gizmos from the likes of Samsung, Sony, and Motorola.

Android Honeycomb-Powered Tablet Coming to T-Mobile

T-Mobile and LG announce the G-Slate, a 4G slate due later this year.

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DIY Geek Haven Needs Your Help

San Francisco-based DIY group Noisebridge could end up closing early next year without some financial help.

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Lego Pinhole Camera Comes Fully Automated

Lego? DIY? Programming? This automated pinhole camera hits the geek trifecta and takes cool photos to boot.

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iPod Nano Hack Lets You Remove Apps; World Eagerly Awaits Jailbreak

One brave soul figured out how to remove apps from the touchscreen iPod nano's homescreen.. But don't call it a jailbreak yet...

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The Top 8 Future-Tech Stories of 2010

What will the future bring? We got a taste of what's to come in 2010. Join PCWorld's GeekTech blog as we take a look back at some of the hottest new tech of the past year.

Interactive Cake and Tech Nostalgia On PCWorld Podcast #102

The team from PCWorld's GeekTech blog invades the Podcast! Listen in as we chat about interactive foodstuffs (what?), Minecraft, and our first computers.