Tesla CEO Elon Musk has responded to critics of his plans to build a battery "gigafactory" in Nevada. Musk defended his company's plans in a blog post entitled "The House Always Wins," a reference to casino gambling. "There have been...Show More Summary
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is "flattered" that people seem to think he swindled Nevada out of prime real estate for his Gigafactory, but he's written a post explaining why he thinks the state still comes out on top. Read more...
The technology industry is known for having been created by college dropouts like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Larry Ellison, but that doesn't mean these innovators didn't have meaningful undergraduate experiences. Bill Gates became friends...Show More Summary
Originally published on EVObsession. When Elon Musk revealed Tesla’s new (and costly) Dual Motor Drive all-wheel drive system, he also pulled back the curtain on the first of many semi-autonomous driving features. The lane departureShow More Summary
Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock sunk in the market after a research note from Morgan Stanley questioned the automakers ability to ramp up production as problems about Model-X falcon wings continue to surface. CEO, Elon Musk was forced to quench the concerns reiterating that the automaker was not in any way considering scraping away the […]
Elon Musk dispelled rumors that the clever doors are being dropped
In August 2007, Martin Eberhard was in Los Angeles to give a talk at a luncheon put on by the Motor Press Guild, the trade group for publications that cover cars. At that time, he was the CEO of Tesla Motors, and he was getting to be a big deal in the auto industry. Show More Summary
I AM, AS MOST READERS KNOW, GENERALLY A TECHNO-OPTIMIST. But mocking Elon Musk for his fears about Artificial Intelligence is silly. The article might have interviewed James Miller for more on what Musk is talking about. Here’s my interview with Miller. Says Miller about strong AIs: “I think the default path is that they treat […]
Between revolutionizing the car industry with Tesla and pushing human space exploration with SpaceX, Elon Musk seems to be everywhere these days. Now, Mr. Musk has a new project: bringing cheap, uncensored Internet access to the world at large. Show More Summary
When you hear Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), NASA hangar and a huge sum of money that the tech giant is set to dole out, space crafts is the first thing that comes to mind. This is followed by the thought of Elon Musk’s Space X, and whether it might be facing competition even before private space […]
The cost of purchasing a Tesla Model S in the European market is likely to rise in the near-future, based on recent comments made by Elon Musk during an investors conference call. The starting price for a Model S in the European market...Show More Summary
Today, Elon Musk is one of the most-covered figures in business — a Google News search of his name prompts over 30,000 results. But he wasn't always such a media darling. At one point, the lack of attention made him feel "incredibly insulted," as evidenced by emails he sent to Tesla employees in 2006. Show More Summary
The CEO of SpaceX has a new project in mind: launching hundreds of small satellites to deliver low cost, "unfettered" Internet service
SpaceX founder Elon Musk is in talks with former Google talent to launch 700 Internet satellites
Elon Musk, capitalizing on SpaceX's unique ability to cheaply launch stuff into space, has announced that he's working on deploying a constellation of some 700 satellites, for the purpose of bringing "very low cost" internet access to everyone on Earth. Show More Summary
High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has reportedly added global Internet access from satellites to his vision of a future alongside sporty electric cars and private space exploration. The billionaire behind auto-maker Tesla and the SpaceX program is working on the project with satellite-industry...
More details to come in "two to three months"
Elon Musk confirmed late Monday that his company, SpaceX, is developing advanced satellites to deliver Internet access.