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Dancing Cats and Vacuums Join the Sideshow at CES 2012

The weird stuff is on parade on the show floor, from a deluxe La-Z-Boy-like 'work environment' to a 'gentlemanly' robot vacuum.

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Wacky and Wild Products at CES

Who wouldn't want an Internet-connected smart rabbit? Or maybe an iPhone case that doubles as a bottle opener?

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Panelists See Into Inventions of The Future, Robots Included

Showgirls and onlookers in casual dress encapsulated the feel of the convention center on the first day of CES. One panel discussion concentrated on tech wishes 10 years from now--from effective communication among devices, to everything WiFi enabled, to robots that support roles to benefit society.

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10 Tech Research Projects to Watch

In corporate and academic labs around the world, researchers dream up and design the tools, technology, and products that will make up the everyday life of tomorrow. Here's a peek.

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2011 in Review: Robots, Future Tech, and Prototypes

If 2011 is any indication, our future relies on robots, insanely high-definition TVs, self-driving cars, and computer intelligence. Take a look.

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Awesome Gifts for the Geek in Your Life

We look at some gift ideas for geeks of all sorts--from the sci-fi fan to the gamer to the hardware hacker.

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Robot Prison Guards Will Creepily Monitor Prisoners

They're not quite robot overlords, but new robot prison guards will soon help human guards monitor inmates in South Korea.

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Robot Roadies Game Coming to iOS

In the upcoming game app, the aim is to collect the many strange and outrageous items demanded by members of a hell-raising rock band.

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Robots vs. Humans: Real Steel or Dumb Metal?

Right from the start let's agree that the argument of humans or robots is getting close to being a dead heat in some areas.

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Robots Are Taking Mid-Level Jobs, Changing the Economy

Computers and robots will replace humans in enough jobs that they will dramatically change the economy.

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