We check in with reporter Greg Sandoval on the RealDVD trial, during which RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser showed off a prototype "DVD jukebox" the company has in the works. RealNetworks thinks it could be the ultimate solution for home movie libraries, but the movie industry sees it more as a movie pirate's treasure chest.
Also in this podcast: Time Warner looks to unload AOL's "dead weight"; Simplify offers a solution to music libraries that are too big to fit on an iPhone; Sony is reportedly ready to unveil the next version of the PlayStation Portable at the E3 gaming conference; and more of today's top headlines.
The K5 robot, developed by Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Knightscope, is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement, private security firms, schools and anything else looking for an extra set of eyes and ears on the ground. The 5-foot, 300-pound robot can roam autonomously, sending back real time data about an area with technology that does facial recognition, lidar mapping and 360-degree video. CNET's Kara Tsuboi got a closer look at what makes the K5 robot tick.