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'Kid's Walker' Robot Gives Your Kid the Gift of Physical Injury

What's a great way to tear your child away from his PlayStation and get him outside? Why, with a giant robotic toy that will walk for him, of course! At a little over 5-feet tall and weighing over 400 lbs., the new 'Kid's Walker' 'Avatar'-esque robo suit isn't so much a toy as it is a recipe for carnage. Just plop your kid in the bot's seat, let him spend hours cruising around the neighborhood...

Lazy Road Trip: Man Traverses Britain Using Google Street View

Walking the entire 1,200 mile length of Britain is no easy feat, but using Google Street View to "travel" the same stretch of land is just plain boring. Matthew Partridge, however, has embarked on this adventure, going pixel by pixel from Land's End to John O'Groats in ten days. Honestly, we'd rather go the actual distance than stare at a screen for 240 hours, but, hey, at least the bright line in...

Automatic Channel-Changer Signals Apex of Humankind's Sloth

Well, folks, it's official. Humankind has hit the nadir of sloth. It's not because somebody designed this mechanical, hands-free channel-changer. We're pretty sure it's a joke that you can witness after the jump. No, the reason we have lost faith in humanity is that we want the mechanical, hands-free channel-changer. Hook us up with this thing, a snuggie and a KFC bowl of sadness, and we'll be...

Lazy Wordpress Bloggers Can Actually Phone In a Post, Not Just 'Quote Wikipedia'

Good news, you lazy Wordpressers: the open-source blogging platform will now let you phone in a post -- just like the rest of us. (Badum! How could we resist?) Wordpress.com has just unveiled a "Phone Your Blog" tool that allows admins to dial in to Blog HQ, enter a super-secret access code, and record an audio snippet that will automatically post to your homepage. TheNextWeb notes that there's no...

'E-mail Generator' Automatically Cranks Out Trite Texts in Any Style

At last week's Wireless Technology Park 2010 extravaganza, developer NTT DoCoMo debuted a prototype of what Engadget is calling an "e-mail generator" (video after the break). Apparently, a user needs to provide the e-mail wizard with no more than three words before a message, tailored for the user's relationship with the recipient, is automatically rendered. The tone, between man and woman,...

RC 'Feed Boat' Does Everything But Clean and Cook Your Fish

Old timers love waxing nostalgic about lengthy solitary fishing trips and the respect and admiration fostered for their elusive underwater brethren during those expeditions. Armed only with wits and patience as accessories, fishing purists relished those dramatic one-on-one battles of man versus nature. But, for some modern anglers (thanks to technology), nature just doesn't stand a chance...

Control an iPod with Your Teeth!

Researchers at Japan's Osaka University have developed a technology that is sure to be a boon to the handicapped and terminally lazy: a headset rigged with a small computer and infrared sensors that detect when the wearer clenches his teeth. These mouth movements are then translated by the headset into commands for controlling MP3 players and other devices -- a technology that could potentially...