Robots perform a pole dance at the booth of the Tobit Software company on the eve of the start of the 2014 CeBIT technology trade fair on March 9, 2014 in Hanover, central Germany. CeBIT will be pen March 10-14, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL)
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A "toddler" robot that sees red, a digital master chef and a suitcase that never gets lost – new technology at the world's biggest high-tech fair has the potential to change lives.The gadgetry ranged from time-saving to life-saving in the buzzing CeBIT halls in the northern German city of Hanover.Robots never fail to pull in the crowds, and they set the scene at the official opening of the five-day showcase of what's new and uber-hot in the IT and high-tech world.Both leaders went on to shake the bionic i-limb hand that has 24 different grips, produced by prosthetics company Touch Bionics, on a joint tour of the stands from CeBIT's 2014 partner country, Britain.Further hands-free gadgetry at CeBIT gave new hope for travelers.
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