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Remote Controlled Dog Goes Where You Tell It To; Does Your Bidding

Control your dog and tell it where to go; no training necessary!

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A Glimpse at the Past: The Military's First Quadruped

Any geek knows about the AT-AT Walker, but the military and GE had a working one before Star Wars was even made.

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Telenoid Robot Shows Emotion, Dreams of Electric Sheep

Conveying physical emotions through a phone call or email is difficult, but researchers from Japan’s Osaka University have developed a robot that they think can do just that. Nick Barber caught the emotional android in action at the Computer-Human Interaction Conference.

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X Finger Regains The Use of Your Fingers Without Robotics

A new artificial limb allows amputees to gain the use of their fingers with clever metal joints rather than electronics.

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Furby Skinned And Modded, Is Even Weirder Than Before

A hacker skins, solders, and modifies a Furby--and renders it even creepier than it would be otherwise.

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25 Ways IT Will Morph in the Next 25 Years

Imagine a world where the computers, networks and storage systems are all tens of thousands of times faster than they are today -- and then think about the sci-fi type of applications that will be possible.

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Robot Luggage Handler Highlights Futuristic Hotel

It looks like something out of The Jetsons--or maybe RoboCop--but the luggage-toting Yobot robot at the glitzy new Yotel New York hotel is turning heads near Times Square.

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Green and High-Tech Vehicles Popular at NY Auto Show

At the New York International Auto Show, manufacturers from all over the world gathered to show off their new models and the latest in engine, energy, and telematics technology.

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Be Very Afraid: Laser Cat Is Here

One hacker built a Laser Cat--it's evil, it's robotic, and it has lasers!

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Robots Complete Underwater Tsunami Mission in Japan

A team of American roboticists is wrapping up a mission to Japan, during which they deployed three underwater robots to check for debris and victims following the March 11 tsunami.

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