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Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar lets you plug and program a little robot friend

Designed for kids aged 3-8, this little caterpillar has snap-on parts that make it do things. Take a look at the little critter in action.

By January 6, 2016


Caterpillar robot's recoil too quick to see

Tufts University creates a silicone caterpillar, GoQBot, that can curl into a wheel to escape danger.

By April 28, 2011


Caterpillar D7E: Move earth and save the Earth

CNET editor Wayne Cunningham gets to drive the first hybrid dozer, the Caterpillar D7E.

By June 12, 2009


Caterpillar D7E hybrid dozer photos

In an effort to reduce emissions for construction equipment, Caterpillar created the hybrid D7E dozer. In developing the advanced drivetrain, Caterpillar realized many more benefits than just cleaner air, finding the efficient drivetrain gives the dozer better performance all-around.

13 Images By June 12, 2009


WheeMe: Like a Roomba for your sore back

Massage bot from DreamBots caresses you with "patented fingerettes" that make it look like the love child of a toy car and a rubber caterpillar.

By December 1, 2010


The bike with a flamethrower and ejector seat

A U.K. insurer asks cyclists what they hate most about cycling. On the basis of the results, it builds a bike featuring a Caterpillar track, a flamethrower, and an ejector seat.

By September 29, 2010


Tiny robot imitates caterpillar

Dartmouth unleashes a prototype thinner than a hair that moves on a little silicon foot.

By September 15, 2005


SAP wins Ford, Caterpillar contract

SAP software will become part of an order-management system used by more than 15,000 Ford dealers around the world.

By July 31, 2002


Caterpillar taps IBM, i2 for software

Construction and mining equipment maker Caterpillar said Friday that it will use software and services from IBM and i2 Technologies to enable its suppliers to manage tasks such as inventory, ordering and fulfillment processes online. Caterpillar said its suppliers will have access to IBM consulting and integration services and to i2's supply chain management software. IBM will also provide hardware, Web hosting services and middleware, which is software that manages communication between a client program and a database. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

September 7, 2001