Hasbro's newly announced follow-up to last year's Furby reboot gets even stranger than before: breeding new Furbies, earning Furbucks...and making poop.
Hasbro's new Furby makes a return after 14 years, with an iOS Furbish-to-English app and wild new eyes. We take a blue one for a spin.
Fourteen years later, Furby emerges again with more expressions and just as much uncontrollable enthusiasm. Can it recapture its lost Furbish glory?
Veronica Belmont lays an egg for guest host Tom Merritt. Is it a dinosaur egg? No, but there has been a baby dinosaur robot wandering around the CNET offices. Turns out, neither dinosaurs nor Furbies are actually extinct.
At Demo '06, CNET's Rafe Needleman takes a close look at the Pleo dino-bot with Ugobe's CEO Bob Christopher and inventor Caleb Chung.
The Ozobot robots are looking to cross the bridge between digital and physical gaming worlds, all while adding a charming bit of randomness to the occasion.
The Little Robot Friends on Kickstarter come equipped with whimsical looks and charming robot personalities.
Think of it as Siri meets Teddy Ruxpin. A robotics company in the U.K. has created a "smart" teddy bear that can answer questions, make phone calls, and read bedtime stories.
Bronies with 3D design skills have an official outlet for hocking My Little Pony creations thanks to a partnership between Hasbro and Shapeways.
BMW is a company that pretty much everyone loves. The cars it produces are regarded as some of the best in the world, and as it covers all niches there's a BMW for pretty much everyone. We took a look at the history of its roadsters to see just how far the firm's come since the early 20th century.