- Denver PostApr 21 23:22 PM
The new free-rolling BB-8 droid in a trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" was concocted — well, "partly enabled" — by Boulder robot maker Sphero.
- Denver PostApr 20 12:27 PM
Remember the BB-8 droid in the new Star Wars trailer? It came from a land not so far away: Boulder.
- Polygon via Yahoo! NewsApr 20 14:11 PM
The reveal of a working, practical BB-8 droid was one of the most exciting things to come out of the Star Wars Celebration live-stream, and now it looks like you'll be able to buy your own version of the droid, although details such as price and launch date are non-existent.
- EngadgetApr 20 13:25 PM
BB-8, the new adorable droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has taken the world by storm over the past few days. In particular, people were mostly surprised by the fact that the character was not computer-generated imagery -- this thing is, indee...
- Wired UKApr 17 1:04 AM
The new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens sent the Internet into near-meltdown on its release. But arguably the best video featuring the movie's stars doesn't include any CGI at all. If you have seen the previous Force Awakens trailer, you'll remember BB8, the cute, rolling robot that looked set to inherit R2D2's crown as the cutest droid in a galaxy far, far away. You will have also ...
- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceApr 20 13:29 PM
Sphero, leaders in Connected Toys, today confirmed their direct involvement in the latest Star Wars franchise; specifically their technology contributions towards BB-8, the new droid featured at Star Wars ...
- Wired NewsApr 20 1:43 AM
This week the Star Wars universe introduced us to a new droid and Hillary Clinton introduced her new logo. The Internet had opinions on both. The post While You Were Offline: Star Wars’ New Droid BB-8 Wins the Internet appeared first on WIRED .
- EngadgetApr 16 13:25 PM
When the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released, the internet lost its collective mind. Not only were people up in arms over the fact that a stormtrooper could be *gasp* black, but also nobody could believe that this incredible r...
- ContactmusicApr 16 14:33 PM
Brits Lee Towersey And Oliver Steeples Went From Fans To 'Tinkerers' After Film Producer Kathleen Kennedy Spotted Their R2-D2 Replicas At The Last Star Wars Celebration In Germany.
- Access Hollywood via Yahoo! NewsApr 16 13:20 PM
The secrecy surrounding "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has been tighter than a Death Star detention level garbage masher -- until now! Director J.J. Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy (and some new and familiar cast members!) spoke with fans at the Star Wars Celebration on Thursday in Anaheim, Calif., where they shed new light on arguably the most highly anticipated sequel in the history of ...
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