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Welcome, ladies and gents! Many thanks for stopping by my little corner of the web. 

I'll be bringing you the latest in computer hardware along with the most recent advances in robotics and the newest developments in the field of artificial intelligence, along with any nifty high tech gadgets that catch my eye.  

The march of technology's moving fast, and it's easy to get lost along the way. No worries, though- I'll be your guide and shed some light on what it's all about. 

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A Struggling Korean Baseball Team Has Come Up With A Novel Way To Increase Attendance: Robots

It's a tough life, being a fan of the Hanwha Eagles. In the past 5 years, the team's suffered so many losses that most other baseball fans in Korea regard them with great sympathy. In an effort to improve the atmosphere of their matches, the team's decided to introduce some new fans. Robotic ones.

The Logitraxx Tracked Robot Kit Will Introduce You To A Whole New World Of Robot Construction

These days, there's no shortage of robot construction kits around.  Logitraxx is the latest of these, and may well be the most promising yet. Built around the Xilinx Spartan 6 FPGA, it's a development platform at its core - and perfect for anyone who wants to build a robot.

The United States Government Wants Robots To Start Teaching Your Children Fitness

Would you trust a robot to educate or befriend your child? You'll find out soon. The United States Government is hoping you won't mind; it's putting $10 million into the creation of robots that will act as 'personal trainers' for children. The goal? To reduce childhood obesity

Terrified Of Typhoons? This California-Made Seafaring Robot Certainly Isn't

There are some tasks that robots are just better than humans at accomplishing. Apparently, surviving deadly storms is one of them. The research robot known as Wave Glider on Tuesday survived a direct encounter with a typhoon - and a nasty one, at that.

Worried Your Kids Aren't Learning Critical Thinking Skills? Tiddlybot Is Here To Help!

One can't be blamed for being a little worried about their kid's education. We aren't exactly living in the ideal eara for learning. With that in mind, it's not entirely surprising that we're starting to see inventions like Tiddlybot - a robot designed to teach children higher-order thinking.

Do You Hate Automated Customer Service? Then I Might Have Some Bad News For You Involving Robots And Airports

If you're the kind of person who doesn't much care for automated customer service, you might want to stay away from the Edmonton International Airport.  They're implementing a new type of robot - one that's a cross between a customer service agent and a mobile kiosk.

Say Hi To Jibo, The Social Robot Who Wants To Be A Part Of The Family

The world of consumer robotics just got a bit larger. Say hello to Jibo - a stationary little lamp-like robot that may well be the most endearing thing ever made. Or it might be the more irritating - I suppose it's a matter of opinion. Either way, it's here for one thing: to be your friend.

There's A Robot Film Festival This Saturday - Here Are The Details

This weekend, there's something pretty awesome happening in San Francisco - the fourth annual robot film festival. Held in the studio of Bot & Doily in San Francisco,  this year's affair promises to be absolutely incredible. If you find yourself in the area on the 19th, don't miss it.

Shape Shifting Robots Could Soon Be A Reality, Thanks To MIT And Google

Everyone remembers the deadly, shape-shifting T-1000 from Terminator 2.Thanks to a team of scientists from Boston Dynamics and MIT, though...it might be possible to build one. They've developed a material that's capable of changing its shape and consistency at will. Is...that a good thing?

Researchers Reveal A Robot That's Primed And Ready To Hike To Your Rescue - No Matter Where You Are

The DARPA Robotics Challenge this year is all about creating the perfect search-and-rescue robot; one that can brave any terrain to save victims in disaster areas. Today, researchers at Stanford today unveiled a machine that - were it in the contest - might well have blown its competition away.