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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Pokédrone gives you the power to catch ’em all

Gotta catch ‘em all, but what if you just can’t catch ‘em all?



They appear everywhere. Above the water, in the middle of the highway, in your neighbor’s garden who you have not spoken to for many years… and how about the gym in the ocean? That sucks… doesn’t it?

Disappointment is all over the world when Pokémon occurs on your screen but in reality there is no way for human beings to catch it. The Pokédrone is the solution that delivers the power of catching ‘em all!

TRNDlabs’ Pokédrone is specially designed for all Pokémon Go players. Once connected via WiFi to your phone, the Pokémon Go app uses the Pokédrone’s GPS and camera instead of the phone’s GPS and Camera. With the Pokédrone’s auto take-off & land function there is no need to worry about your drone-flying skills. The drone can also hover in one place making it super easy to catch ‘em all for everyone who is more into Pokémon than drones.

TRNDlabs is serious about the new development that saves you from tying your phone on your dog’s back or taping it to your DJI drone which probably isn’t a basic tool in your household anyway… Not least, Pokédrone keeps you dry avoiding walking into the lake and soak your phone!
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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Aquila’s First Flight: A Big Milestone Toward Connecting Billions of People ( Videos Inside)

By Jay Parikh, Global Head of Engineering and Infrastructure
Internet access can offer life-changing opportunities and experiences to all of us, but there are still 4 billion people without it. That’s 60% of the global population. As many as 1.6 billion of those unconnected people live in remote locations with no access to mobile broadband networks, where implementing existing network technologies is so challenging and costly that it will take years to bring everyone affordable access. As part of our commitment to Internet.org, we formed the Facebook Connectivity Lab to build new technologies — including aircraft, satellites, and wireless communications systems — to help solve this problem more quickly.