This $199 robot kit can take three free forms, while teaching children some serious programing skills.
Tenka Labs' Circuit Cubes will connect to any Lego-compatible bricks and give them motors and lights, while teaching kids about electricity.
A new robot that balances on two wheels could make deliveries faster, relieve workers from stocking shelves and more if it ends up being sold.
From companions that can control your smart home to playthings with personality, these are some of the most exciting robots yet.
The $349 STEMI Hexapod kit has everything teens and adults need to build a very complex robot, including a series of video lessons and a powerful Arduino board.
Softbank's robot Pepper has developed quite a personality and could soon be stealing the hearts at retail stores across the country.
From connected bottles to kid-friendly robots, these gadgets make life easier for parents. Interviews were conducted by our partners at FamilyTech TV.
Children as young as three years old can learn basic programming skills by rolling the KUBO robot over a series of tiles.
The Lynx by UBTech has Alexa inside, but it also does Yoga, dances and can even hug your kids during video calls.
The 4.5-foot, 66-pound robot can serve as a host, leading people to their destinations and answering questions.
Google is trying to make fetch deliveries happen, with a four-legged robot that can bring goods right to your front door.
Honda's NeuV, an electric car with emotions, will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
MekaMon is a $329 robot that can either take on virtual enemies or other MekaMons using an augmented reality app on your smartphone.
The Kobi lawnmower and snow blower robot could eventually make landscapers obsolete, but it's pricey.
The Kirobo Mini from Toyota is a mini synthetic baby robot that can respond to your emotions, engage in conversation and make gestures.
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.
Already deployed in four hotels, the Savioke Relay delivers service items such as soda cans and tooth brushes to hotel guests at all hours of the day and night.
The line must be drawn here! The Beachbot is a turtle-shaped robot capable of drawing elaborate designs on beaches.
Hardly bigger than a silver dollar, the Ozobot Bit helps kids learn programming, and can remember up to 500 programmed commands.
This $2,000 robot lets you video conference friends and coworkers, and even walk with them, over long distances.
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