02
Oct
walking android

Was John Connor right? Are robots going to be our downfall? Terminators? Androids? Andronators?

At Google's Developer Show in Tokyo, something that might just be one of the coolest Android creations ever was demonstrated - a real, moving Google Android logo. Built and developed by the Japanese company, RT the Android was shown to be able to walk, open its mouth, and wave its arms. Best of all, the Android is controlled entirely from an Android OS handset. Unfortunately for all of us, no information was given about these going up for sale any time soon, even on a miniature scale. Check out the video showcasing the RT creation below:

So what do you guys and gals think? Would you buy a miniature version of this?

Credit: Youtube via Droidforums.net

Adam Litke
Raised on a farm in Ohio, Adam grew up shooting guns and riding four-wheelers. Technology soon became an obsession when Google released its first Android handset, the T-Mobile G1. Since the G1, Adam has moved from phone to phone, rooting them as soon as an exploit is discovered.
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