Google sells Boston Dynamics to the Japanese

The Japanese telecommunications and media corporation SoftBank has agreed to buy Boston Dynamics from Alphabet, a holding company that includes Google.
Google sells Boston Dynamics to the Japanese
Note that last year SoftBank bought the British company ARM, a well-known developer of mobile (and not very) processors. Boston Dynamics is known for its four-legged, six-legged, humanoid, jumping wheel and other strange robots. SoftBank notes in its statement that "smart robotics", apparently, will become the main engine of the next stage of the information revolution, and Boston Dynamics, definitely is the leader in the field of advanced dynamic robots. In addition to Boston Dynamics, SoftBank also buys from Alphabet Japanese company Schaft, which specializes in biped robots. The basic conditions, including the amount of the transaction, have not yet been disclosed.

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