SCHEMA: First multiparty conversation robot

On November 2, 2010, in Robotics, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

We know that robots can do many things nowadays, this latest robot though takes the conversation with people to a whole new level. In the past, there were robots that could talk to humans, but the latest conversation robot called SCHEMA and is the first robot that can talk with

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A couple weeks ago we mentioned about the launch of the Motorola Dext– Motorola’s first ever Android powered smartphone. To be available exclusively from Orange in the UK it has been confirmed that the new Android Moto phone will be on sale in Orange retail outlets from tomorrow as wellas in Phones 4U stores from the 8th October.

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Its been a while since Motorola caught our attention but last week they’ve finally taken a step forward to unleash their new and first ever Android powered smartphone – the Motorola Dext (or Cliq if you’re elsewhere not in Europe).

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Due to arrive the UK next month via Orange, not only will the Dext be an Android powered sliding beast but also one with a touch of Motorola customisation. Known as MOTOBLUR (Motorola Blur), the platform aims to act as a social media aggregator syncing with Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Picasa and others onto a customizable homescreen that displays info users want from any of the services.

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Motorola has announced the launch of a new mobile phone – QA4 Evoke. Similar to a number of phones including the iPhone, Palm Pre, BlackBerry Storm, etc, it has a full touchscreen but also with a sliding keypad. It seems that the mobile phone maker is taking into account want we all like to see – a physical keyboard.

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Do you know someone who literally lives in the World of Warcraft? If so you may understand more than I do what this lad is saying without looking at the subtitles. Internet-speak is a language that’s getting more common among the younger generation, maybe in 50 years time we might have to start learning it in kindergarden, ah! Watch the video after the break.

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