ANALYSIS-Taiwan gadget makers tool up for robotics


By Baker Li TAIPEI, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Long a powerhouse for personal computers, Taiwan is eyeing a share of the $18 billion robotics market, taking on larger foreign rivals in an area that could become the next big thing in electronics. As robotic devices move out of the realms of science fiction, innovative firms are rolling out sophisticated robots to do everything from patrolling shopping malls to cutting grass on golf courses and mimicking pets. Developers are also working on ...

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