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Aldebaran's Nao robot gets more lifelike

Faster processing and better speech recognition make this humanoid robot out of France suited to work with autistic children.

By December 12, 2011

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SoftBank's Pepper proves robots really do care about us

The company on Thursday unveils a new "humanoid" robot named Pepper that can not only communicate with the user, but also read his or her emotions.

By June 5, 2014

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Interactive robot aids autistic kids in the classroom

A friendly robot programmed to interact and educate kids with autism is officially launched into special-needs classrooms.

By May 14, 2013

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Holograms, flying jet skis in Gadget Show Live top tech video

We examine the coolest tech on show at the Gadget Show Live in Birmingham. Click play for some dazzling gadgetry!

By April 5, 2013

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Guy brushes his cat via Nao robot avatar

With a little help from Kinect, Wii, and a treadmill, Aldebaran's Nao humanoid robot finds a new role as a telepresence cat groomer.

By January 2, 2012

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Romeo the robot ready to love you

Aldebaran Robotics is getting set to debut a functional prototype of Romeo, a bot for the elderly and disabled that helps with daily tasks, but does not recite Shakespearean sonnets.

By December 23, 2010

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Humanoid robot Nao wants to be friends

Humanoid robot Nao shows off its movement, interaction, and balance skills in a new video from developer Aldebaran Robotics, which plans a release in late 2010.

By September 22, 2009

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Finally, an app store for robotkind

Teach your old Aibo how to guard your pad with a download from the Robot App Store.

By January 4, 2012

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Humanoid robot Nao gets emotion chip

Copying a standard sci-fi film plot, humanoid robot Nao is becoming more human by developing emotions. The RoboCup star might be able to fake it like the best human soccer players.

By August 14, 2010

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Photogram: Threadless meets digital postcards app

This iPhone app uses themes created by independent artists to showcase your pictures in style through Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail.

By June 30, 2011