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Wing Unveils New Automated Drone Delivery Network 

Wing Unveils New Automated Drone Delivery Network 

Wing, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, has announced the debut of its drone delivery network. The new logistics platform is a decentralized, automatic system which will help support drone deliveries across different areas. Managed by automation software, the network consists of three basic elements; delivery drones, pads where drones can takeoff, land and charge, and autoloaders where partners can load packages for automatic pickup. The aviation company says the network will easily integrate into existing retail operations and plans to roll out the program over the course of the next year. 

In other news, Vanco International has unveiled a new all-in-one video collaboration product. The PulseAudio Collaboration Video Bar boasts an embedded 4K ePTZ camera and a built-in 6-ray beamforming microphone in a modern soundbar design. The camera has auto-tracking capabilities that respond to either motion or sound, as well as a 120-degree field-of-view. The microphone can reject background noise by isolating and focusing on active meeting participants. The video bar also features USB 3.0 connectivity and a software package offering functionality for conferencing platforms, such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Skype. 

Lastly, Netflix and Amazon were at the top of a list measuring consumer sentiment toward different mobile apps. The report, conducted by Digital Turbine and Apptopia, ranked leading apps based on three categories; Brand Love, Brand Power and “Love Compass,” which measure brand opinion trends. Netflix ranked number one for Brand Love, while Amazon Prime Video ranked number one for Brand Power. Other popular apps that made the list include Amazon Music, Messenger, TripAdvisor, BeReal and Marriott Bonvoy. 


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