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7 Eleven Says It Used Drones For Delivery Before Amazon

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7-Eleven would like to reminded the world that it had already completed 77 drone delivery flights a month before Amazon completed its first one last week. 7-Eleven’s unmanned aerial deliveries are powered by a startup called Flirtey, which bills itself as the “world’s leader in the drone delivery industry. 12 shoppers were invited to participate in a trial. They ordered items via a smartphone app for a drone to drop off at their houses, and the merchandise included everything from hot and cold food items to over-the-counter medicines. Deliveries were completed an average of less than less than 10 minutes after the orders were placed, Flirtey says. Instead of landing on the customer’s lawn or roof, the drones hovered in place while lowering their payloads to the buyers. The 77 delivery flights were completed on weekends in November, and the company intends to continue flying 7-Eleven deliveries in 2017.

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U.S. Senate No Longer Getting Blackberrys

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US Senate staffers will no longer be issued BlackBerry smartphones, according to a memo released earlier this week.

The change is the result of Blackberry discontinuing production of devices running on BlackBerry OS 10, as reported in the email sent to staffers. (In a statement, BlackBerry clarified that the company will “continue to support our BlackBerry 10 platform while expanding our device offering to include Android-based devices,” adding that they are working on updates for Blackberry OS10.

Virtual Reality & Smartphones Coming In 2017

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  • Approximately one-third of drivers/passengers use music streaming apps with Pandora being the most popular
  • 25% use video apps in the car with YouTube as the overwhelming favorite, we hope they were all passengers
  • Drivers who use navigation apps keep them looking at their devices for 80% of the trip

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