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Week in pictures: Robots on the march

roundup Cornell scientists create a robot that can clone itself, and robotics confab showcases latest advances. Also: Samsung cell phone takes on Motorola's Razr.

Cornell scientists create a robot that can clone itself, and robotics confab showcases latest advances. Also: Samsung cell phone takes on Motorola's Razr.

Self-replicating robot module

How to clone a robot

Scientists at Cornell University create a simple robot that can build a replica of itself in 2.5 minutes.
May 12, 2005

A server on wheels

Here come the robots

Robotics experts gather to show off their latest advances, and say that the devices are attracting a wide range of customers.
May 10, 2005

Razr phone

Taking on the Razr

Samsung A800 cell phone plays TV shows, takes dictation and has a 2-megapixel camera. But can it compete with Motorola's ultraslim handset?
May 12, 2005

Samsung's SGH-i300

Going Windows Mobile

Samsung's SGH-i300, based on new Windows Mobile 5.0, is first device with Microsoft's mobile OS to feature hard drive.
May 10, 2005

Mobilis Wireless laptop

India's $233 PC

India's Encore Software develops under-$300, Linux-based laptop and PCs designed for emerging markets.
May 10, 2005

Surf's up

Surfing for video

Start-up TotalVid, which sells specialty videos for sports enthusiasts, is tapping into the interest in downloadable video.
May 11, 2005

Truck battery

Truck batteries and PCs in rural India

Bringing computer technology to India's villages is fraught with practical and bureaucratic challenges.
May 9, 2005

Virtual Britney

Brave new worlds

A new wave of multiplayer games is using a peer-to-peer model to create interactive environments.
May 9, 2005

Verizon hits gas on fiber campaign

High in high-speed fiber

Verizon has set up demo stores for its Fios telephony, TV and high-speed data network as part of a marketing push.
May 9, 2005

Xbox 360

Xbox 360 revealed

No more speculation needed, game fans. Microsoft is officially showing off the Xbox 360.
May 9, 2005