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Check out the competition from Legoland's Model Builder Search Finals in Carlsbad, Calif. Twenty-three finalists from around the country got two hours to build what they thought would be a great addition to the park. CNET News.com's Daniel Terdiman was on hand to talk with the winner, Jason Poland.
On the lookout for a new master model builder for its theme park, Legoland California sent judges to San Francisco as part of a seven-city search. Watch the contestants work under the clock and hear what they have to say about Legos in their life. Vincent Tremblay reports alongside Daniel Terdiman.\r\n
What's it like to play with Ugobe's new toy, the much-awaited Pleo? CNET News.com reporter Daniel Terdiman went in search of the answer.
The Rave 'Raffe, a Burning Man concoction whose popularity has brought it to various tech events, made quite a splash at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, Calif., on April 23. CNET News.com's Daniel Terdiman interviews the robot's builder and friend, Lindsay Lawlor, on the floor.
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