NVIDIA is working on a new Andorid gaming device, an new all-metal Galaxy might be on its way and MIT and Google are putting their brains together to make robots
On today's show, Ashley and Rich discuss small, shape-shifting robots that might be used in future rescue operations, and listen to music made from tree rings. Do you ever wonder if we'll see shape-shifting, musical trees? Yeah, us too.
On today's TD, we're talking squishy robots, a self-building Lego tower, and music that comes from tree rings. Also, a ramen bowl to rule them all, and your user feedback.
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Intel's CEO did his best to try to hammer home that the PC will do everything a tablet can do -- and more.
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Microsoft seems to be aiming to develop touch screens that can alter their surface, giving users the feeling that they're touching an actual object.
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