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RoboForm makes logging into Web sites and filling forms faster, easier, and more secure.
Rich DeMuro shows you how RoboForm can remember your info for pain-free filling of forms.
The movie studios seem to be encouraging piracy by launching $30 movie-streaming rentals. RIM preparing marathon Blackberry announcement. Stuxnet virus successfully infects nuclear plant computers in Iran. Who to call on Earth if you're a space alien. And a bonus: Two robot stories!
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Robo Games are powering up in Northern California this weekend. The competition, now in its eighth year, attracts teams from all over the world, each hoping their homemade robot will out-duel the others. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
It's the Robot Fighting League's largest contest and CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi has a look at the action. Teams from Australia, Brazil, and elsewhere around the world battle for robot glory.
The RoboGames competition, which pits bots from around the world in more than 70 challenges, hit San Francisco during the weekend of June 15. CNET News.com's Zamir Haider was on hand to speak with robot builders competing in the combat challenge.