Facebook will test Internet beaming test drones in 2015
Google has its Project Loon-y Internet beaming balloons and now Facebook is planning to test drones which will be able to do the same in the year 2015. The social network’s Mark Zuckerberg has announced it to be part of the efforts of Internet.org to connect the entire population across the world to the web.
Apart from the flying Wi-Fi drones, there will be satellites and infrared lasers too which will be built to provide Internet to all. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the future is going to be very exciting indeed. It’s a noble effort to try and get everyone online so they have access to the vast amount of information the infinite virtual spaces hold, and also to Facebook.
Of course, matters such as the costs, benefits and capabilities of beaming Wi-Fi from high up in the air come into consideration here. This is why the Facebook-backed organization has chosen not to go with a single solution, unlike Google and its balloons. So going with invisible laser beams using light to transmit data through space is another option.
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