Netflix introduce Drone2Home. 'We have literally spent days working out most of the bugs'
Netflix is not about to let Amazon have all the fun when it comes to delivery drones.
To tout its own robotic home delivery technology, Netflix released a video for its "Drone2Home" service, which will find you anytime, anywhere. And we do mean anywhere.
While all the bugs may not have been quite worked out yet, we are looking forward to the day when we can get a DVD copy of Terminator delivered by an actual killer robot.
The parody video from Netflix above lampoons Amazon's Prime Air program, which was introduced by CEO Jeff Bezos during a 60 Minutes segment.
Amazon is not alone. UPS has recently said it is exploring the viability of drone delivery, as has a flower delivery service in Detroit.
As for Netflix, it's safe to assume you wont be seeing its drones filling the skies anytime soon. Its DVD segment, while still a lucrative business, is in steady decline as streaming becomes its primary service.
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