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Robots in Cars Could Beckon Brave New Technology World

The major car companies -- including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Ford, GM, Mercedes, Volkswagen and Volvo -- all have advanced self-driving car projects in the works, as does Google, many universities and even the Pentagon.

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Privacy Group Wants Google's Driverless Cars Kept off the Road

A privacy group is calling on the California Assembly to keep Google's self-driving cars off the road.

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Shoulder-Sitting Robot Means You’ll Never Be Alone Again

Feeling lonely? Let this telepresence robot be your friend--quite literally.

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This Tiny Flying Robot Is Built Like a Pop-Up Book

Here comes the robot apocalypse: Harvard researchers build inch-long flying robots using techniques from microchip manufacturing, origami, and pop-up books.

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Remote Card Flipper Aids in Online Poker Playing

Finally, there's a machine to hold your cards for you when you’re playing online webcam poker with your friends.

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How Companies Buy Facebook Friends, Likes, and Buzz

How easy is it to get a Facebook botnet to do your bidding? All you need is cash, the right software, and a list of fake accounts. I did it in 10 minutes for less than $70.

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This Robotic Guitar Can Replace Three Guitarists

Watch this robotic guitar play a song that normally requires three musicians with unrelenting precision and gusto.

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Maker Faire 2012: A Gallery of Creations

Robots, Lego cities, music and more -- do-it-yourselfers showcase their ideas, inventions, and gadgets at the annual get-together.

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Street Tweeter Lets You Print Your G8 Summit Message on Roads

If Twitter is your chosen platform for airing opinions on political matters, this robot will help you get your message out literally in front of the White House.

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Student With Rare Illness Attends Normal Classes Thanks to a Telepresence Robot

This remote presence robot shows how technology can help people in the most difficult of positions lead a more normal life.

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