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LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor revives the DIY robotics brand

LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor revives the DIY robotics brand

For some kids, there's not thing cooler than seeing robots and machines moving on their own. Actually, some might find it even cooler to be the ones to build those robots and tell them what do. LEGO's MINDSTORMS theme was born out of that idea, helping fuel the STEM eductional thrust. After almost a decade in hiatus, LEGO is back with another set that taps into one of the current trends in technology, robots with personalities.

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Epic LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 building kit has nearly 3700 pieces

Epic LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 building kit has nearly 3700 pieces

LEGO bricks have been around for generations letting kids and adults alike build whatever they can imagine. LEGO has been teaming up with some iconic automotive manufacturers to offer kits in its more complicated Technic range that very closely resembles real-life vehicles. The latest LEGO building kit that car guys and gals of all ages want to check out is the LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37.

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Rolls-Royce made a 1:8 scale Cullinan SUV that costs more than a real car

Rolls-Royce made a 1:8 scale Cullinan SUV that costs more than a real car

Rolls-Royce has a new model, quite literally in fact, with a shiny scaled-down version of the Cullinan SUV that will cost you as much as a brand new - and full-sized - Toyota Yaris. The latest hand-finessed frippery from the British automakers boutique, the 1:8 scale Cullinan is astonishing in its level of detail - though then again perhaps that's what you'd expect from a hand-made model.

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LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs give Mario a makeover

LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs give Mario a makeover

Earlier this year, Nintendo and LEGO revealed that they're teaming up to make Super Mario-themed LEGO sets. The companies started by revealing the LEGO Super Mario Starter Set, following that up by announcing two expansion sets - one of which features Bowser. Now, before any of those sets have actually released, LEGO and Nintendo have revealed four additional Power-Up Packs.

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Phenom by Peopoly 3D printer Review: Massive and delicate

Phenom by Peopoly 3D printer Review: Massive and delicate

The Phenom by Peopoly is a $2k MSLA (LCD+LED) light-cured resin 3D printer with a big orange panel door. This device prints 3D objects with liquid resin, activated with lights - it pulls the print up from the goo, rather than printing the print from the bottom to the top with a melted line of material. This printer has been two things to me thus far: The easiest experience I've had with a 3D printer, and the deliverer of the most detailed final print quality I've yet seen in a personal 3D Printer (at 72 um).

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Neon Genesis Evangelion Tamagotchi lets you raise Angels

Neon Genesis Evangelion Tamagotchi lets you raise Angels

In the world of manga and anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion is right up there as one of the most popular franchises, despite and because of its rather heavy themes and treatment of its characters. The brand has been used and various product collaborations but you may have never seen this mashup coming. Tamagotchi, owned by Bandai, has slowly been reviving its egg-shaped toys and the name's popularity and what better way to do that than by letting you raise your own Eva Angel.

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LEGO drops exciting Super Mario set details as release date revealed

LEGO drops exciting Super Mario set details as release date revealed

Last month, Nintendo and LEGO revealed a new Super Mario-themed team up. We didn't learn a whole lot about these Mario LEGO sets during that initial reveal, but we did get to see a sizzle video that showed off some of their features. Today, LEGO revealed more details about these Super Mario Sets, which are all launching this summer.

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LEGO Super Mario sets let you make and play your own Mario levels

LEGO Super Mario sets let you make and play your own Mario levels

A couple of days ago, LEGO began teasing an apparent team up with Nintendo. The teases obviously didn't make it clear what this team up would entail, but today, LEGO and Nintendo pulled the veil back. As expected, LEGO will be producing some Super Mario sets, but these will be a little bit different than the LEGO sets we're used to seeing.

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Hot Wheels Tesla Cybertruck R/C models revealed – but you’ll have to act fast

Hot Wheels Tesla Cybertruck R/C models revealed – but you’ll have to act fast

If you want a Tesla Cybertruck but can't wait for Elon Musk to get started on production, never fear: Mattel is launching two Hot Wheels Cybertruck remote control cars. The limited-edition pickup toys are being offered in two different sizes, one scaled to take on your existing Hot Wheels cars, while the other is a whole lot larger and more impressively detailed.

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Baby Yoda merchandise is about to invade stores, at last

Baby Yoda merchandise is about to invade stores, at last

From the moment The Child - otherwise known as Baby Yoda among Star Wars fans - appeared in The Manadalorian, we all knew that we'd see a wave of merchandise featuring the character. That merchandise was announced today, with a ton of products by various toy and game makers being revealed ahead of the New York Toy Fair. If you've been looking for some Baby Yoda merch, you're about to have your chance to spend a lot of your hard-earned cash.

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Hasbro revives Tiger LCD handheld games, preorders are live

Hasbro revives Tiger LCD handheld games, preorders are live

Remember those small LCD handheld games that were ubiquitous in the '90s? Well, Hasbro has decided to resurrect them for some reason and you'll soon be able to purchase them for $15 each. This isn't the first time a company has banked on nostalgia -- Bandai Namco recently brought back Tamagotchis, for example. The only problem? These handheld games were boring the first time around and are unlikely to impress younger audiences today.

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Hasbro and 343 Industries team to launch NERF Halo Blasters

Hasbro and 343 Industries team to launch NERF Halo Blasters

Hasbro has teamed with 343 Industries to launch a new line of Halo-themed NERF Blaster products. The toy firearms will be released in the US and UK soon, giving Halo fans their own foam-dart toys. The current NERF Halo line includes a blaster designed to look like the Needler, as well as a large rifle and a small gun.

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