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Description While the IoT buzzword became common in the last four years, in june 2005 a French start-up began to sold the father of all Things of Internet, the Nabaztag. Being mainly an object of feeling, (despite being sold as “ Information console - portable media player”). Nabaztag will tell us this Internet tale of dreams and nightmares, describe the present and guess maybe a bit of future
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Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social
Tags IoT, nabaztag
Processing village Village:ItalianEmbassy, Village:ItalianEmbassy-Talks
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Language en - English
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While the IoT buzzword became common in the last four years, in June 2005 a French start-up began to sold the father of all Things of Internet, the Nabaztag. Being mainly an object of feeling, (despite being sold as “ Information console - portable media player”). Nabaztag will tell us this Internet tale of dreams and nightmares, describe the present and guess maybe a bit of future