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These are the best robot vacuums based on our testing of models from Roomba, Shark, Eufy, iLife and more.
While it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles, the Neato D4 is a solid mid-range robot vacuum with fast mapping capabilities.
Haptic sensors and nimble robotic fingers let me pick up and move objects as easily as doing it myself.
A private British space company is planning to send a 2-pound spider robot to the moon, the first crawling rover to walk in our satellite.
MIT scientists have developed a robot that can sense the state of a Jenga tower and make decisions about which block to take out next.
Under ideal circumstances, Plex Live TV and DVR is both economical and easy-to-use; otherwise, it can be sluggish and unintuitive.
You'll need a whole bunch of gear and a little bit of patience to get Plex Live TV and DVR up and running, but the process isn't difficult.
The same technology used to find ancient Maya cities also powers your robot vacuum and self-driving cars. Here's where you can find it and how it works.
UBtech's Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper is an adorable bipedal robot that's faithful to the series, but as of now, it doesn't do enough.
Cue's CleverBot offers a very realistic and entertaining programming experience that teaches kids how to code.
While they're a little difficult to put together, these unusual robots are fun to play with, especially when you have two or more robots and players.
The best robot kit for younger kids, Lego Boost turns programming into a game your child will want to play.
This Lego set lets children as young as seven build five different robots and program them with a mobile app.
The Kobi lawnmower and snow blower robot could eventually make landscapers obsolete, but it's pricey.
Asus' new robot companion can take care of elderly family members, read stories to the kids, control your smart home and take pictures. It's the closest thing to a personal robot we've ever seen and it costs just $599.
Superman is Huawei's latest spokesperson, a new Domino's app lets you be extra lazy and a hacker built the best Game Boy ever. Here's what's trending.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that you can return your hoverboard for a full refund through Amazon.
Holographic AI Azuma Hikari lives inside the Gatebox and wants to become your personal assistant. We just have to wait until she's available for pre-order.
A BB-8 toy droid from Sphero lacks secure firmware-update protocols, which could theoretically present a target to hackers.
The FAA is beta-testing a new iPhone app, called B4UFLY, that will tell drone pilots when and where it's safe to fly.
The Blade Nano is a simple, easy-to-fly quadcopter that's a great pick for beginner or trainee pilots.
One thousand people in Japan are now the proud owners of a little robot named Pepper that can sense human emotion.
Meccano's interactive Meccanoid robot gets smaller and more wallet-friendly with the $179 Meccanoid G15.
Available for preorder now, the ZUtA is a portable, robotic inkjet printer for on-the-go emergency print jobs.
The Meccanoid robot is smart enough to mimic your words and actions and can teach kids to program via an app.