Jun 19, 2012Science and Technology
Rover, move over

The world of consumer robotics seems to want nothing more than to replace our pets, and dogs have been the perennial focus. The latest offering is the i-SODOG from Takara Tomy -- a complex robotic dog that does almost everything your dog does, and some things it doesn't. The dog comes with a variety of preprogrammed behavior, but is also programmed to learn through training. If the training doesn't work, you can control the robotic dog with a remote control, or with your smartphone, wirelessly.

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