No, this isn’t a late April Fools’ Day prank. A startup by the name of Kitty Hawk and backed by Google co-founder Larry Page has given us our first look at a flying car that’s in development and promised on the market by the end of 2017. Well, it’s not so much of a car but rather a form of personal transport that travels in...
The Verge is right: we shouldn’t call these VTOL vehicles ‘flying cars’, but the fact that is that we don’t yet have a good way to describe these small flying machines that everyone from Larry Page to Uber to Aeromobil to Lilium (and maybe even Elon Musk) wants to see in the air soon. Show More Summary
Alphabet CEO Larry Page was thrust into the center of the high-profile legal battle that Google and Uber are waging over self-driving car technology on Tuesday. At issue is a conversation that Page may, or may not, have had with Anthony...Show More Summary
Kitty Hawk — a company backed by Larry Page, the Google co-founder and Alphabet Inc. chief executive — debuted its long-secret “Kitty Hawk Flyer” in a demonstration video.
No, you will not one day take a flying car to work. Flying cars — thrust back into the spotlight thanks to the unveiling of Larry Page's Kitty Hawk Flyer — have long resided in the realm of science fiction. And, let's be real, will probably stay that way for the foreseeable future. Show More Summary
Silicon Valley startup Kitty Hawk – backed by Google's Larry Page, who also threw his weight behind a rotor-based flying car a few years back – has released a video showing off the prototype of an upcoming all-electric personal flying machine it's calling The Flyer. Show More Summary
Airbus' flying car might have competition. Kitty Hawk, a Silicon Valley startup named for the location of the Wright brothers' first controlled flight and backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, has revealed its flying car prototype and says buyers will be able to get their hands on a similar design...
Do a Google search on “flying car” today and up will pop a picture of a vehicle that is indeed flying but looks more like a cross between a pontoon boat and a drone than a car. That’s not surprising since Google founder and Alphabet (Google’s parent...
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Larry Page's flying car will be available to buy before the end of the year. The car is made by a company called Kitty Hawk, which has received funding from Page. 2. Show More Summary
The company Larry Page backs, Kitty Hawk, is release its flying vehicle later this year.
On Monday, Kitty Hawk — a startup company funded by Google cofounder Larry Page — unveiled the prototype of its first-ever “flying car” in a video posted to YouTube. Shortly thereafter, the video spread like wildfire across the internet. Show More Summary
Silicon Valley’s Kitty Hawk Corp. shows off its flying “car.” Backed by Google founder Larry Page, Kitty Hawk will go on sale by the end of 2017. This recreational vehicle was designed to fly over freshwater and Kitty Hawk Corp. says no registration or pilot's license will be required. Show More Summary
Forget self driving cars. A startup backed by Google co-founder Larry Page is aiming to reshape transportation by giving us flying cars, and the company finally gave the internet a teaser today. Kitty Hawk posted the first ever video of its all-electric aircraft today. Show More Summary
Today we saw tech gazillionaire Larry Page’s ‘flying car,’ the Kitty Hawk. Pretty clearly, it is not a flying car. But maybe it’s something else. Read more...
As engineers tinker away at perfecting self-driving cars, Google co-founder Larry Page is preparing to release a personal flying vehicle. An ultralight aircraft called the Kitty Hawk Flyer has been unveiled in a YouTube video that shows...Show More Summary
Today Google founder Larry Page showed off Kitty Hawk, a new startup company that bills itself as making a much-anticipated “flying car,” and... it’s not really a flying car. It does look fun, though? Read more...
The future is here...if you own a lake house.
The mysterious flying-car startup funded by Google cofounder Larry Page, Kitty Hawk, finally took the wraps off its first vehicle on Monday. The Kitty Hawk Flyer looks a mix between a flying jet-ski and, as John Markoff of The New York...Show More Summary
If you live near a lake in the US, you'll soon be able to zip across it in this Kitty Hawk Flyer. According to their site, the "ultralight aircraft," which is financially backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, will be available by the end of 2017. Show More Summary
A Silicon Valley "flying car" startup reportedly backed by Google co-founder Larry Page released a video Monday of its Kitty Hawk prototype and announced plans for deliveries of a "personal flying machine" this year.