With just one day to go until Snap’s IPO, the New York Times reports that the company has built a drone that “could help Snap’s users take overhead videos and photographs, and then feed that visual data to the company.” However, it’s unknown if the drone will ever be released as a consumer hardware product–a la Snap’s Spectacles–or if it will amount to nothing more than an R&D experiment.MG
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