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NASA's Robot May Get Japanese Space Companion

The space shuttle Discovery is slated to take off tomorrow carrying a humanoid robot that could be joined by 2014 by a second robot sent from Japan.

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Hack Turns Fruit Into Carbonated Fizzy Fun

Eating fruit can now be fun again with the CO2inator machine.

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Plant Whisperer Hack Makes Your Flowers Speak

If your plants suffer from an early death, this little hack might be of use.

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Geek Valentines That Fall Short

Analysis: Here are some suggestions for digital treats that may -- or may not -- impress your techie valentine.

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Telepresence Robot Orders Pastry; Singularity Must Really Be Near

If you had a personal robot equipped with a camera that you could access via a simple web browser, what would you do with it? If you're this guy, you send it to the local coffee shop to pick up a scone.

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Robots Take To The Internet, Get Their Own Wikipedia

An internet that's just for robots--a "bot net" if you will--is on the way courtesy of European scientists.

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Lego Bot Stress-Tests Kno Tablet; Insert Cheesy 'Kno' Pun Here

Why do the dull task of product testing when Lego can do it for you? Kno demonstrates.

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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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Robotic Knifefish Swims Vertically, Makes Terrible Sushi

Born in a lab at Northwestern University, a robotic fish with a ribbon-like fin can swim in just about any direction. Just don’t serve it for dinner.

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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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