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    Facebook's Wi-Fi-Beaming Drone Takes to the Sky

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    Watch Facebook's Aquila Wi-Fi drone complete its first flight.

    The vehicle weighs less than a car but is comparable to a Boeing-767 in terms of its wingspan. It provides Internet coverage for an area of 60 kilometers in diameter.

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