Everybody likes robots, especially ones that are this cute. But how about a robot that doubles as a smartphone?
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Stewart Butterfield doesn't think email is going away as he discusses the meteoric rise of the highly valued startup that grew from a failed game.
All smartphones can talk the talk, but few can walk the walk.
Looking for someone to serve you? No matter where you live, there's probably a startup just waiting to become your virtual butler.
It looks like a standard pen, but it digitizes handwritten notes directly to your phone or tablet. And you can get one in your hands for free.
From the Cheapskate: This family room-friendly projector includes a built-in speaker and two HDMI inputs. Plus: Win a "hoverboard."
Telecommuters and long-distance students have bought 5,000 Double Robotics telepresence robots to bring a more human touch to long-distance electronic interactions.
Two do-it-yourself security brands duke it out for ultimate supremacy in the CNET Smart Home. Find out if there's a clear winner or if both systems fall short.
Win an all-in-one desktop charging solution for powering three devices at once. No more climbing under your desk to plug your gadgets in.