Since the creepy-looking Japanese bot first terrified the blogosphere in 2007, it has resurfaced as a more advanced creature.
Japanese researchers are working on a child robot that can mimic real kids' behavior to teach lessons about early development.
The LG G Flex is flaunting its curves and finally slinking into shops today.
The curvaceous LG G Flex goes on sale on 1 February at Carphone Warehouse, and you can get your order in now.
This Friday you can try the LG G Flex before you buy... as long as you don't mind waiting until the new year to actually part with your cash.
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Engineers and tinkerers, it seems, never tire of creating horrific human simulacra in robot baby form. This one squirms like the Terminatorish nightmare it aspires to be.
The Robot Film Festival July 16-17 in New York will feature shorts about robots, robot entertainers, and the Botskers red-carpet awards ceremony.
Baby beluga Babyloid, inspired, yes, by a baby beluga whale, can't do much except wriggle and look cute.
If a whole robot baby is too much for you, consider a robot baby head. Affetto, meant to aid in child development studies, is cute enough to be in the next Chucky film.