Larry Page is rumored to be building a flying car, apparently dropping a whopping $100M into the effort. Surprisingly, this actually makes more sense to me than a self-driving car does, because it.. TechNewsWorld Also reported by •MacNewsWorld
17 years ago, Larry Page teamed up with Sergey Brin to launch Google. Now he’s busy pushing two teams of engineers to launch cars into the sky.Page has been quietly bankrolling two separate.. Source: Wochit Business -
When you travel, you usually don't want to spend a lot of time in your hotel room — you want to explore.
But a new futuristic hotel concept called Driftscape would make you want to stay indoors... Business Insider
The Terrafugia Transition earned an exemption Sunday from the Federal Aviation Administration as a "light sport aircraft," meaning the federal government is on track to legalize the first flying car. Denver Post
It looks like a goofy mosquito, its fat cockpit shoving through the wind while aloft, its wings folded up like a dragonfly while grounded. And it marks the biggest step toward a real, commercial flying.. New Zealand Herald
Google cofounder Larry Page reportedly is working with two Silicon Valley startups to develop a flying car. One is Zee.Aero, which Page personally has funded since its launch in 2010, when it set up.. MacNewsWorld Also reported by •TechNewsWorld
We've known for some time that driving will be a big part of Final Fantasy XV — it's a game about a road trip, after all. And back in March, Square Enix revealed that the sleek, black luxury car.. The Verge
This article first appeared as an op-ed on my column in Forbes.
Bemoaning the state of innovativeness, Peter Thiel-- don of the PayPal mafia, Silicon Valley VC, and most recently revealed as the.. Huffington Post
When it goes on sale this fall GMC's Acadia crossover will be the first car in the US with rear seat reminder technology.
The system serves a very simple purpose, to prompt the driver to check the.. DNA
The Department of Transportation wants cities to be smarter.
That's why it formed the Smart City Challenge, a contest that challenged cities to draw up plans showing how they would make their city.. Business Insider
Don't expect Google to jump on the flying-car bandwagon anytime soon.
On stage at the Bloomberg Technology Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, Bill Maris, CEO of Alphabet's venture capital firm.. Business Insider
San Francisco (AFP) June 9, 2016
Google co-founder Larry Page has secretly poured more than $100 million into building flying cars, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Page has backed Zee.Aero while.. Energy Daily Also reported by •Japan Today •DNA
Is the age of the flying car upon us? This week a new report revealed that Google co-founder Larry Page has secretly invested over $100 million in two aerial vehicle startups. Meanwhile, four major.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW