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MikeP688 10/27/2015 | 3:37:42 PM
Re: ..and Now? The question is to what end?    It will be curious to see where things go.
MikeP688 10/27/2015 | 3:37:10 PM
Re: ..and Now? Unfortunately, it seems to me that this is the new "FAD".       I look forward to your guidance to assess where we stand with an eye towards the future.
Kruz 10/27/2015 | 3:24:11 PM
Re: ..and Now? This explains why big companies are interested in having their own dornes. I hear Wal-Mart is about to launch its own..
DanJones 10/27/2015 | 2:51:51 PM
Re: ..and Now? I heard some ridiculous number on the number of enterprise and consumer drones being sold recently, I'll dig it out for you.
MikeP688 10/27/2015 | 11:48:11 AM
..and Now? ....These guys were amazing as I caught them on Shark Tank this past weekend:



All 5 "Sharks" committed to investing 300K.   It seems as if they are doing a one-up on Amazon.   It is becoming prevalent enough that at least in the US (to the horror of those anti-government crusaders), the FAA is requiring registrations.   That's a good thing for us to keep some control.   The genie is out though--isn't it?


MikeP688 8/31/2015 | 4:50:57 AM
Although Fun To See Evolution.... ...Amazon has not had much success w/hardware as exemplified by layoffs in its' hardware business.    What would make this any different?   
mendyk 8/18/2015 | 5:15:17 PM
Re: Amazon's drones in the UK first Yeah, George and Ira rolling over as well. And nice touch, with "irreplacable you."
Ariella 8/18/2015 | 3:09:14 PM
Re: Amazon's drones in the UK first @mendyk here's a video link for you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RF1yQMPMEMo
mendyk 8/18/2015 | 3:03:58 PM
Re: Amazon's drones in the UK first As Cole Porter rolls over in his grave ...
Sarah Thomas 8/18/2015 | 2:53:52 PM
Re: Amazon's drones in the UK first Cue the Beyonce...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EwViQxSJJQ
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