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In Japan, robots are people, too October 5, 2006 "Loving the Machine" author Timothy Hornyak looks at why the Japanese see a friendly face in the dawning era of robots. Photos: The friendly faces of Japanese robots
Robots for the rest of us April 26, 2007 Terk offers do-it-yourself robot recipes using off-the-shelf parts, onboard Linux controller.Photos: DIY robots from recipes
Science beats fiction in Robot Hall of Fame May 15, 2007 Three of the four robots inducted this year by Carnegie Mellon were made by real scientists, not writers or directors.Photos: 2007 Robot Hall of Fame inductees
Build your own bot, courtesy of iRobot January 8, 2007 Want a robot that picks up your clothes? The maker of Roomba is out with a device that can be programmed to suit consumers' specific needs.Photos: Creating a customized iRobot
Robot displaces candy stripers February 10, 2006 St. Mary's Hospital in London is testing a 5-foot-3-inch, 215-pound robot that lets doctors examine patients remotely.
My friend, the robot May 24, 2006 Robots don't need arms, legs and a witty vocabulary to have a profound impact on human life, according to iRobot CEO Colin Angle.
My life with Scooba October 31, 2006 CNET News.com reporter Michael Kanellos lets the floor-scrubbing robot loose in his house--and gets clean linoleum and lots of laughs.Photos: At home with Scooba
Matsushita eyes household robots again October 4, 2006 These prototype robots won't roll their eyes or dance, but if you fall, they could help you get up. Photo: Robotic jacket has power up its sleeve
Robots get real May 27, 2009 special report CNET News looks at the growing world of robotics in business, academia, and the home.
Baby steps for Dexter the robot April 10, 2007 Start-up Anybots sees a day when robots will do many things that humans now do. For now, though, they're just working on staying upright.Photos: Meet Dexter and Monty, the AnybotsVideo: Humanoid ro...
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