Google Loon Project – Sri Lanka

Many of us think of the Internet as a global community. But two-thirds of the world’s population does not yet have Internet access. Project Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fill coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters.

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Now most of the srilankans are looking in to the google loon project. And Sri Lanka will be come the first fullt wifi connected country. After this internet connectivity update google mentiond that all the data charges will go down. And all of them easyly can connect with the internet.

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Facebook’s Drone Internet Service

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Fb CEO mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the new connectivity lab via internet.org, that’s being used for research on bringing the world online. Meanwhile, with fb most of the tech companies joining with the research qualcom, nokia, samsung and more joining with fb. This is going to work like googles balloon. The Connectivity Lab drones, however, are designed to take advantage of solar power, with operations designed for battery power at night., Facebook reportedly purchased drone-maker Titan Aerospace, Zuckerberg intimates that today’s announcement is just the beginning, and that the team still has a long way to go until it can get the world online. After some time we all get the data for free to use fb. So most of them going to use the messaging for Feb messenger and other things what’s app fiber. Fb is build a global network with this drone internet this can be the first step for the future connectivity

WiFi is open in airplane FAA. Confirmed

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Federal Aviation Administration,
(faa) mentioned that there is no harm when passengers connected via WiFi. So in future we all gonna connected via WiFi will flying in the plane. But still there is a restriction for calling via mobile and mobile data packages. So we can expect these changes in future. For now connecting via WiFi while flying is big thing.

The FAA will still have final say over what is and isn’t acceptable regarding gadget use, but the consensus seems to be that mobile devices during all phases of flight pose no imminent threat. If everything goes through, the rules could change as early as next year.

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Bring Net Access to Every one with internet.org – Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Announced the launch of Internet.org, an initiative to bring internet access to everyone on the planet.

When we are comparing with the Global Population very less net users connected with the internet. (2.7 billion people have internet access) The founding members of Internet.org are Facebook, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, Qualcomm and Samsung. Their goals? Efficient use of data, making internet access affordable, and helping businesses create new business models and services which will drive internet access.

With the internet we feel the World like a small Village connected everywhere, but most of the developing countries still don’t have proper internet connectivity. So this Organization’s trying to bring the internet connectivity the each and every one to connect to the internet and developing the connectivity facilities. Some potential projects of Internet.org include development of lower-cost, higher-quality Smartphones that could help deploy internet access in underserved areas, data compression tools and data caching systems as well as localization of mobile devices.

Zuckerberg also published a mission statement accompanying this launch, addressing some of the issues that Internet.org will have to face. Perhaps the most important of them is profitability — or lack thereof…

The actual website — Internet.org — currently provides an overview of the project and its goals as well as a full list of partners. In the coming weeks, it should also provide news on Internet.org’s activities as well as interviews with technology leaders and experts.

Source-Mashable / internet.org / facebook