A NewScientist article covers two more robots revealed at this year's World Expo. These two are utility robots named ApriAlpha and ApriAttenda designed by Toshiba. ApriAlpha is a 43cm tall robot with stereo vision and voice recognition that is designed to act as a personal robotic assistant. We mentioned an early prototype version of ApriAlpha and the possibility of it using a methanol fuel cell back in 2003. ApriAttenda is a larger robot designed for similar tasks. The article also mentions new medical and entertainment robots being displayed at the Expo as well as a shape-shifting snake robot named M Tran III.