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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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Holiday Tech Gadget Sneak Peek

Gadget makers are gearing up for the holidays, showing off AudioBulbs, Kinect add-ons, and sub-$250 tablets. Here is a look at what they'll be promoting.

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Mechatronic Security Robot Is Remarkably Formidable

This fully armored robot is decked out with ultrasonic sensors, a turret gun, and unique wheels that can move the bot in any direction, any time.

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Cyborg Plants Render Humans Even More Obsolete

Researchers create plant-robot hybrids that can feed, water, and sun themselves. (I, for one, welcome our new photosynthesizing overlords.)

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Morphing Hexapod Bot Redefines Creepy

A new hexapod, MorpHex, can transform by expanding and contracting the size of its body.

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Google's Self-Driving Car Crashes

The auto-pilot-equipped Prius was actually flipped into manual mode when the accident happened, Google says.

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Japanese Care Robot Lifts Patients From Bed To Wheelchair

This is "RIBA-II," a robot designed to help with the tough task of lifting patients from their mattress into a wheelchair.

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Foxconn to Rely More on Robots for Manufacturing

The maker of Apple's iPhone and iPad plans to invest more in research and development and save on labor costs.

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20 of the Weirdest, Wackiest and Stupidest Sci/Tech Stories of 2011 (So Far)

From IT geeks winning millions of dollars to Google mush-brain syndrome, 2011 is shaping up to be one wacky year.

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Marilyn Manson-Playing Robots Automate the Rebellious Teen Experience

These robots are freaking metal. And plastic, too. Here's a quick look at some cool musical robots!

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