If you Google “wifi” and “bunny,” the first result you get is Nabaztag – an electronic bunny-looking device that, yes, connects to other Nabaztags wirelessly over the Internet.
I believe the Nabaztag will live in infamy as a device that flaunted our desire for connectivity. It’s a device that undoubtedly begs a bemused “why?”
Well, we’re not trying to answer the big “why” here…but we do know this: Nabaztag has a magical ability to send bits of data through the air…bits of data which will cause other Nabaztags to move their ears, light up and even show emotion. That’s the kind of wireless goodness that we hope to share with you here.
Based in San Jose, California, our staff has a broad range of experience in consumer and commercial technology markets. Thanks for checking us out and feel free to drop us a line.
|TK Yamamoto||Managing Editor||t2(at)wirelessgoodness(dot)com||Mobile communications, FCC, IP|
|Randall Howitzer||Editor||dt(at)wirelessgoodness(dot)com||Networking, gaming|
|J. Damus||Editor||japa(at)wirelessgoodness(dot)com||Enterprise software and hardware, Web 2.0 computing|