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From smart robots they can program themselves, to humble building blocks that teach physics and engineering, these gifts will delight tech-savvy children and the adults who love them.
Double is an easy-to-use robot with iPad controls for videoconferencing.
This Android-powered artificially intelligent robotic bartender can pour you a drink at the touch of a button.
It rolls, it jumps, it changes colors—and it can teach your kids about programming and augmented reality, too.
If your human friends are unwilling to join you on your adventures, the programmable Spiri might be right up your alley.
Don't let Google hype confuse you: The future of automated vehicles is all about moving cargo, not people.
Don’t worry, no pictures: Vanderbuilt University's robotic needles could one day make certain kinds of brain surgery far less invasive.
If you see this strange robot lurking in coastal waters, an actual shark probably isn't far away either.
This Arduino robot might not clean your floors, but it's a great starting point for any aspiring makers.
IBM researchers have announced a breakthrough software ecosystem to complement their neuron-like computer chips.
Robots are taking our dirty jobs too now. The Gasbot is a methane-seeking mobile platform that sniffs for the stinky, greenhouse gas with lasers.
Happy birthday, Curiosity! Join us as we recount the biggest achievements of NASA's latest rover from over the past year.
These robots can barely fly by themselves, but attach them together, and they can be difficult to knock off-balance.
Kirobo, a talking robot that also recognizes faces, was launched Sunday on a cargo transfer vehicle and will reach the International Space Station in six days.