In 2007 and 2008, the cute and cuddly Pleo was a huge hit. Then its maker went out of business, and the dinosaur disappeared from view. So what is it doing at CES 2014?
A scavenger hunt sponsored by CES sends CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman -- and many others -- out exploring the lesser-visited parts of the show. Who knows what you'll find.
The trainable robots have gotten some updates, with an app on the way that lets you take care of your Pleo while you're out.
Consumer demand is what you'd see if Ford said it was working on building a car powered by sneezes. It's not what we're seeing for tablet computers, so let's all calm down shall we?
'Pleo' reacts to its surroundings
The realism of the animatronic dinosaur is hard to believe, and when it becomes available, it is going to set the toy industry on its ear.
After this week's DemoFall, longtime organizer Chris Shipley is handing over the reins. Here's a look at some of the best and worst companies that have presented there over the past 13 years.
What's it like to play with one of the world's most advanced robotic toys for the first time?
Yes, our robot companions are still coming. But a report from NextGen Research shows that consumer-bots are vulnerable to macroeconomic potholes.
The Pleo breaks a wine glass, but was easily the most popular guest at the Wynn hotel's posh Country Club steakhouse.