Lego education, a department of the Danish toy organisation, unveiled a boxy little robot at CES that youngsters construct and program themselves. ready with a tiny motor and a movement-sensing detector, Lego's "Mini Milo" bot is managed wirelessly with a telephone or tablet. children can use the bot to complete a variety of technology-associated initiatives, inclusive of identifying how to tug a digital rock out of the robot's direction (hooray for physics!). The robot, that is designed for school room use, can be purchased from the Lego education save. The fundamental version (just one bot and the software program needed to manage it) sells for approximately $160.