Online mega-retailer Amazon.com is launching a fleet of 40 full-sized cargo jets to ship the immense quantity of crap we’re all buying on the site. The “Prime Air” flagship, a Boeing 767-300 christened Amazon One, makes its debut in Seattle today.
America woke up from its turkey hangover just in time to see Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson explain a new prototype for Amazon’s fabled Prime Air drone delivery service. The garish, package-pooping aircraft looks futuristic, but it’s probably not going to bring you new shoes anytime soon. It can’t.
Drone delivery of packages is just on the horizon in Amazon’s eyes, and the company posted a YouTube advertisement with Jeremy Clarkson earlier today to prepare us all for the new Amazon Prime Air delivery service.
The most thrilling [marketing] advancement in recent years was unveiled last night on 60 Minutes. If you missed it—how could you have missed it?—Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos detailed the [marketing] future of his company for millions [of potential customers]: Amazon PrimeAir. The [marketing] future is here, and it is [vague…
The big "surprise" from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on 60 Minutes tonight was that Amazon has been screwing around with octocopters that deliver goods in "under 30 minutes" from distribution centers to you front step... for when you really can't wait for Forza 5.