Model shakes hands with a multidirectional robot, "Albert Hubo."
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The city of San Francisco installs a 30-foot-high metalwork sculpture in front of City Hall.
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The new Nascar-themed PC by Cisnet is meant to appeal to speed-seeking racing fans.
Net phone company is partnering up with RadioShack to sell its Skype Starter Kit.
Members of this generation are computer-savvy, creative with technology and skilled at multitasking.
At Graveyard Games in Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever cemetery, a crowd searches for clues.
President Bush greets "Albert Hubo," an Einstein look-alike, at a tech fair in the Phillipines.
An LCD screen that uses a plastic substrate instead of glass won't break when you bend it.
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