New robot dog coming from Sony
Sony is bringing our a new robot dog do you remember AIBO? The robot dogs Sony released in the late ‘90s and early 2000s.
The new dog will feature improved movement and internet connectivity enabling it to control household appliances. While the AIBO line wasn’t a mainstream commercial success, with former CEO Howard Stringer unceremoniously killing it in 2006 as part of his cost-cutting efforts, Sony has recognized it as an iconic chapter in the company’s history.
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