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    Girls Learn To Program With Sphero - Little Miss Geek

    Published on Feb 5, 2014

    Little Miss Geek is inspiring the next generation of young girls to change the world through technology. Check out what they have to say about learning to program with Sphero!

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    Sphero 2.0
    April 2, 2014

    My son is playing with his new iOS controlled toy, Sphero 2.0. See-through version is available in Apple Stores exclusively. This robotic orb connects via Bluetooth and works with both iOS and Android devices. It also has an Open API which «allows virtually anyone to program new games and apps for Sphero»
    And of course, you can download some cool apps onto your iOS or Android phone. Here you can see the augmented reality app Sharky the beaver. Very cool to watch the yellow beaver running around in my living room looking for cupcakes!

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    Overview Sphero 2.0. Gadzhetarium, Issue 49 (in Russian)

    Published on Apr 22, 2014

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    When Toys Get Too Smart

    Published on Apr 28, 2014

    It's Bring Your Toys To Work Week! And we all know how Sphero loves work-related mischief...

    WARNING: Orbotix is not responsible for any loss of employment due to a robotic corporate takeover. Anything contained in, not contained in, assumed to be implied by, warranted by, excluded from being warranted by, or vaguely alluded to in this video, or any other video resembling or not resembling this video in any way, shall not be attributed to, blamed upon, or otherwise associated with Orbotix, Sphero, Ollie, the sender, any of the sender's friends, enemies, or acquaintances, nor shall any of the aforementioned parties be held responsible, irresponsible, accountable, uncountable, or in any way involved with the aforementioned video or the presence or absence thereof.

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    Hands on: learn how to program with Sphero

    Published on Jun 4, 2014

    Orbotix co-founder Ian Bernstein shows Macrolab, an app that's part of the SPRK program to teach kids programming using the Sphero robotic ball.

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    Billiards "super shot"?

    Published on Jul 9, 2014

    Spherical robot that can be controlled by smartphone "Sphero 2.0".

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    Sphero on Windows Phone and Windows tablet

    Published on Jul 23, 2014

    We go hands-on with Sphero controlled with Windows Phone and Windows tablet.

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    HexNub Sphero Nubby Covers - Detailed Review + Demo of Grip & Traction

    Published on Oct 24, 2014

    If you have a Sphero 1.0, 2.0 or 2.0 Revealed you will soon need to buy a Nubby cover to give you better grip and to allow you to make different kinds of manoeuvres on different surfaces. These HexNub covers are perfect. Better value and have a different colour range than the Orbotix Nubby Covers.

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    Ultimate Sphero Chariot Race

    Published on Nov 5, 2014

    Put your round robot in the drivers seat with the Sphero Chariot. Available in 3 colors, this chariot adds another level of creativity to Sphero. Snap on toy building bricks, let it carry cargo or turn it into the ultimate spy-bot by adding a phone to the custom carrier.

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    Sphero retail training with French subtitles
    November 12, 2014

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