The dragon-shaped FireBot and gaming ChampBot are two new STEM robot toys priced at $129.99 that comes with a iOS or Android app for teaching block coding.
The popular STEM toy company announced two new products: the Sphero Mini Activity Kit and Sphero Mini Soccer.
The Cushybot One is a huggable robot built to help keep children engaged with parents during long distance video chats.
Amazon reportedly several new products in the works, including an Alexa home robot that could potentially follow you around your home.
Arduino partnered with Google for the Arduino Science Kit Physics Lab, which comes with an Arduino board and other tools for conducting science experiments.
DJI RoboMaster S1 is one of the most premium, high-end STEM robots we’ve seen. But younger kids will need adult assistance.
DJI announced the RoboMaster S1 today. For $499 it offers Scratch and Python coding, as well as games and the ability to battle other robots.
The foot-tall robot has plenty of functionality and a very detailed app to teach children programming skills, but it's only available to schools and businesses.
Lego Boost Droid Commander lets you make three programmable robots that teach you how to code, including R2D2.
The Geio robot has its own companion app boasting many games, including ones with object recognition for power-ups and a camera for first-person shooter views.
Lego Education announced the Spike Prime kit to help encourage middle schoolers to care about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) learning.
Sphero announced RVR, "the go-anywhere-do-anything programmable robot," on Kickstarter and quickly raised more than its $150,000 funding goal.
Lenovo-backed robotics vendor Vincross has launched a Kickstarter campaign selling a robot development kit with advanced functioning and programming capabilities.
The company behind the Harry Potter Coding Kit and the Computer Kit Touch is licensing the right to use Star Wars from Disney.
Robots, virtual violence and augmented reality (AR)—we’re having all the fun these days. GEIO, a battle robot from China's GJS Robot, is getting souped up with AR.
This sleek train set is advanced enough for adults to enjoy, but simple enough to teach children as young as three basic programming concepts.
Designed to teach kids about music, this ring plays different sounds for every color you tap. It can also be used to control robots.
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