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AOTS Monday December 1

Posted December 1, 2008 - By Mike D'Alonzo
It's time to get the scoop from Kevin and Olivia once again on all things robots. This time, they'll look at the new Japanese AR (Assistant Robot) from Japan destined to someday be your robo-maid of choice, among many other exciting robot tidbits.
If you're looking for a good solid phone to stuff into someone's stocking, you might want to check out the 3rd edition of the fancy LG Chocolate flip phone, which can be yours for $99 and a contract.
We take another visit to the wikipediatrician who's got a few enlightening nuggets of fake wisdom to dish out on us, in classic UNeducated guess style.
Alison Haislip got the chance to sit down with Bam Margera to talk about his new holiday film, in which he directs and stars, where he traipses across the Earth in search of the elusive Santa Claus.
Madame Olivia Munn lists some of the better technology hacks we should all aspire to achieve. She'll let us in on Trumpet Hero, a TV-B-Gone hoodie, and an emergency party button.
Sometimes life gets tough and there is no sunshine to be found. However, there is a place you can always go for a smile. It's Around the Net.
Kristin Adams is back to tell you the most important Feed news you'll hear all day, including the fallout from Black Friday, a Linux iPhone hack, and a ruling on the MySpace suicide case.
An estimated 80 tweets happen every 5 seconds in the world of Twitter, most of which are for entertainment, but how can Twitter be used in times of great emergencies and who's to say that the information you're getting is always accurate?

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