The following blog post originally appeared on EcoWatch.com. "Our vision is millions of people living and working in space, and New Glenn is a very important step," said Jeff Bezos, unveiling this week his space travel company Blue Origin's...Show More Summary
But this dude: Is Amazon's algorithm invading his privacy, or can Jeff Bezos smell him from The Cloud? Open thread below...
High schools should start teaching students the skills and concepts that made Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos such successful entrepreneurs.
Amazon's new Texas wind project brings the company one step closer to achieving 100 percent renewable energy for its global infrastructure.
I am waiting for the Washington Post makes this obvious point. (The same is probably true about wherever Post owner Jeff Bezos lives.) The reason we should expect this piece is that the paper ran a piece that effectively pronounced people...Show More Summary
While Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and occasionally Richard Branson get all of the attention for their successes and failures in commercializing space travel and bringing it to the (rich) masses, a small Arizona firm is very close to implementing safe and affordable two-hour trips to the stratosphere...
GUEST: Elon Musk’s company SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origins have grabbed the headlines in the space race, both of them building rockets and spacecraft. But there is fascinating backstory on how this race and the private space industry came into existence. It is the tale of a renegade entrepreneur, Peter Diamandis, who founded the XPRIZE […]
While the Star Trek actor and Amazon CEO wasn’t nominated for an Emmy this year, Jeff Bezos managed to steal the limelight at the award show Sunday. Read more...
Kindle Reading Fund: Amazon Donating E-books and KindlesOne of America's top business leaders, Jeff Bezos developed the concept of predictive analytics and has centered Amazon around the customer. When offering insights to today’s business...Show More Summary
FASTER, PLEASE: Jeff Bezos on nuclear reactors in space, the lack of bacon on Mars and humanity’s destiny in the solar system. Mars needs bacon!
Years in the making, but finally revealed on Monday, Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket has been shown for the first time via its founder Jeff Bezos. Arriving in two variants, the new – and surprisingly powerful – orbital rocket is scheduled to debut from Cape Canaveral’s SLC-36 by the end of the decade. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: In remarks after receiving an award, the Amazon and Blue Origin founder explains he needs certain things in life.
After accepting the Heinlein Prize at a ceremony at the National Air and Space Museum, Bezos spoke about his grand ambitions for space.
It’s become increasingly clear that Jeffrey P. Bezos, who in the last several months has been talking much more openly about his once secretive space company, has some really big ambitions in space. As Blue Origin moves toward its goal of having “millions of people living and working in space,” the company has launched and landed […]
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is once again the third richest person in the world and the second richest person in America, unseating Warren Buffett, who lost $1.3 billion Tuesday in the fallout of Wells Fargo's fake account scandal.
THANKS, JEFF! Bezos names new Blue Origin Heavy Lift vehicle the “New Glenn.”
Let's get one thing out of the way. When I ask Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos: Why Amazon is still listing on its site for sale Agatha Christie's classic crime who done it, with its original racially offensive name, Ten Little Niggers, it's not yet another PC screech for censorship of a beloved crime classic. Show More Summary
The NASA administrator seems to have little faith in Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.
Jeff Bezos announced a new rocket that could make his tortoise strategy a winner in the race to Mars. The post Jeff Bezos’ New Rocket Could Send the First People to Mars appeared first on WIRED.
Oh look, Alphabet is testing drone deliveries ! Okay, maybe Jeff Bezos isn't freaking out just yet. Alphabet's drone test is with Chipotle, whose brand has been tarnished by a series of food-poisoning incidents. Don't worry, no drone...Show More Summary