Google Drones Could Bring Internet To The World

Google and Titan Aerospace have joined forces to bring Internet to the world. The Internet search giant made a big splash when it acquired the drone manufacturer for an undisclosed sum. They plan to utilize the tech to bring connectivity to every part of the world. Facebook recently launched a similar effort. In a statement, the Big G had the following to say:

“Titan Aerospace and Google share a profound optimism about the potential for technology to improve the world. It’s still early days, but atmospheric satellites could help bring Internet access to millions of people, and help solve other problems, including disaster relief and environmental damage like deforestation,” the company said. It also means more advertising dollars, but why go there? Altruistic or not, the effects should be good.

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Google Drones Could Bring Internet To The World

Google Drones Could Bring Internet To The World
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