It's big, it's powerful, and it's got some cool tricks up its sleeve -- can it topple our top cleaners?
The nifty PowerBot VR9000 held its own in our tests, but less expensive models did even better.
Among the dozens of robots present at the New York trade show this week, one helps autistic children practice social skills and another is a roving kiosk for big-box stores.
We're getting ready to live in a world where it's less about taking care of our homes, and more about our homes taking care of us. But will that come in the form of robot maids or intelligent homes?
iRobot's programmable Create 2 gives tech enthusiasts the chance to experiment with robotics.
iRobot's $200 Create 2 is a paired-down 600-series Roomba designed specifically for students with an affinity for programming.
A new app makes it easy to control iRobot's defense and security robots. Also, AT&T pays for mobile "cramming," and Snapchat will soon feature advertisements.
The Massachusetts-based robotics company, known most for its Roomba vacuum, is trying to make its defense and security robots more accessible.
Roombas are great, but not much fun to talk to. iRobot CEO Colin Angle feels intelligent human-interface robots must be the future of any smart household.
In a market flooded with lackluster light-duty mops, iRobot's high-powered Scooba 450 floor-cleaning robot shines.
With poor performance scores and a borderline creepy design, we just can't recommend this robotic sweeper-mop.
The Braava 380t handles basic floor cleaning, but not much else -- and not without your help.
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