Vietnamese company Tosy Robotics is making waves by bringing Bieber fever to CES 2012, but it also has some pretty cool robots. Check out CNET's hands-on photos here.
Justin Bieber will join robotics company Tosy at CES 2012 on Wednesday, but we got a look at some of the company's other robots and they're pretty awesome.
A gaggle of geeks gathered at CES for Justin Bieber's unveiling of Tosy's mRobo, a humanoid entertainment robot that plays music and dances.
An initial impression of this morning's exhibition halls revealed a possible restraint on the part of companies. Has the tech world finally made sexual progress?
TOSY, the robotics company that tomorrow presents Justin Bieber, is one of the first to present scantily clad dancing girls in its booth. Isn't this a little old?
A so-called booth babe interviewed at this week's Computex exhibition in Taipei says that tech companies are wanting their product models to reveal ever more of themselves.
The great, irreplaceable Canadian singer will be promoting TOSY, a Vietnamese robotics company. What sort of robot will he be promoting?
Intel and Huawei have both thrown down the smart-phone gauntlet and ultrabooks compete fiercely for top billing at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
How does it work? Why was it made?