Robot and toy maker Anki, which received nearly US$200 million in venture capital funding, has let go its 200 employees and has shut down, despite attempts to sell the company.
Sydney-based start-up Ikkiworks has developed a companion robot designed to help soothe and monitor the vital signs of sick children while they are at home and away from hospital.
Selling at JB Hi-Fi for $299 today only, 5 December, Anki is like Siri or Google Assistant on wheels in robot form, with digital emotions, in what would be an impulse buy.
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