Facebook has expressed its willingness to acquire Titan Aerospace, which produces drones with virtually unlimited flight life. Such aircraft are planned to be used as mobile flying repeaters to support the Internet.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is convinced that this acquisition will make the Internet more accessible to millions of people around the world. According to available statistics, today only a third of the world's population uses the benefits of the World Wide Web. Facebook will also invest heavily in the development of technologies, thanks to which smartphones will become significantly cheaper.
Google is no less active. The company plans to place balloons with repeaters in the stratosphere to cover problematic reception areas. Thanks to the joint efforts of these two giants, the Internet will be able to acquire up to 5 billion new users.