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Can you say "diversify?" WowWee can, and it's saying it loudly and proudly here at CES 2009. While the company has surely dabbled in areas outside of straight-up robotics before, it's never taken it upon itself to product a suite of pico projectors nor pets designed solely as sleeping companions. N...

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Turn away before it's too late, we beg you. Don't make the mistake we did by watching WowWee's Alive Lion Cub get splayed for the chuckling amusement of ol' Pig Eye Jackson. Should you choose to proceed, choose to hit that read link then be warned: you'll never eat bot-sausage again. [Thanks, Robe...

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WowWee continues its cuddly robo-assault today, backing up the revamped FlyTech and Robotics gear with the Alive Lion, a furry robo-pet with "lifelike responses." The Lion features realistic fur, an animated face, and several feline-like reactions, like going limp when picked up by the scruff of t...

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Ubisoft is shaping up to be one of our favorite companies. Their fresh and innovative view of games and this industry as a whole has impressed us time and time again. Plus, they seem to be female friendly seeing as how their US office was headed by a woman named Christine Burgess-Quémard and ...

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Ubisoft's Alive was first revealed in March 2006, when an alleged release schedule was leaked to the public. Ubisoft had declined to comment on the title until this past weekend when International Herald Tribune writer Doreen Carvajal reported that Alive, which "features characters who rely on their...

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