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Facebook built a helicopter to provide internet from a fiber-optic cable

At its F8 developer conference in San Francisco today, Facebook introduced the latest technology for expanding internet access. It’s a little helicopter with a power line and a fiber optic cable that will be able to drop in and quickly provide a connection. Obviously this isn’t the sort of thing Facebook would deploy in droves, […]
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