At CES 2014, Intel brings human-like senses to a range of devices, including a 3D camera that sees depth much like the human eye.
For $300 (or £260) the Braava might be tempting, but consider holding out for something smarter, more powerful, and with more features.
In Asia, Microsoft researchers are experimenting with new ways to interact with the Live Tiles that are core to the Windows 8.X, Windows Phone, and Xbox user interfaces.
Brian Cox's Wonders of Life is worth the money, but you'll need to follow the app's intended narrative to fully enjoy the experience.
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Rafe gets a CES demo from iRobot Vice President Mark Chiappetta.
An Australian installation made of person-shaped, LED-filled sculptures serenades Sydney passersby using proximity sensors.
An installation in the Pitt Street Mall consists of person-shaped, LED-filled sculptures that use proximity sensors to sing beautiful music when people pass by.
The Roomba 880 is the most well-rounded, capable bot we've encountered so far, but the $449 Neato Robotics XV Signature Pro still wins the pet hair performance test on all flooring surfaces.
A friendly robot programmed to interact and educate kids with autism is officially launched into special-needs classrooms.
A new music video from the duo Big Data needs your Facebook profile to exist, creating a custom experience based on your status and photos.