A man named Larry Mitchell is getting plenty of attention for his GoFundMe page as Larry turns to the public to send him back to Africa. As reported by the Inquisitr, “Go back to Africa” was a refrain shouted by a Trump-supporter at a Cleveland rally. Show More Summary
Is Tia being disrespectful, or is this all part of being a WAG? While at Larry English’s birthday party, the “WAGS” newbie gets a little chatty with Olivia’s beau Marcedes and the ladies are not happy. Turn the pages
2016: This doodle, on July 5, 2016, celebrates NASA's achievement of having its Juno space probe reach Jupiter It all started with one simple drawing. In 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin were heading to the desert festival Burning Man and decided to put up a cheeky out-of-office drawing of stick figure [...]
Many successful entrepreneurs and inventors shared a similar path to become masters of their craft.
Yahoo's cofounder had a big role in Google's success. Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who built their Google search engine prototype while at Stanford University, wanted to try to license out their technology to other companies, so theyShow More Summary
With Google billionaire Larry Page investing in flying cars and computer chip maker Intel onboard, this is a great time to covet the skies, says Paul Marks
Here’s what California has that France is missing: World-class entrepreneurs, like Sergey Brin, Larry Page, and Mark Zuckerberg. California is home to the world's most innovative companies, including Apple, Alphabet, and Facebook, which have helped that state grow to become the world's sixth largest economy. In doing so, California supplanted France, [...]
“Hey lil’ mama, can I buy Twitter for a few million?” is a thing that Google co-founder Larry Page might have said to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. But Page reportedly whispered an offer to acquire Twitter into Dorsey’s ear in a closed-blinds meeting a few years ago. Read more...
If someone sat you down in a room, blinds drawn, and whispered an acquisition pitch in your ear, would you take it? No? Then you and Jack Dorsey have something in common. In a new Vanity Fair piece, writer Nick Bilton describes a meeting between Larry Page, former Google CEO, and Jack Dorsey, Square CEO and former and current CEO of Twitter. Show More Summary
Motley Crue and Sixx:A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx has been very vocal with his demand that YouTube pay musicians better. Now he's taken the battle directly to Larry Page, the CEO of YouTube owner Google. In an open letter, Sixx says, "No action has been taken, meetings have been postponed, emails...
Rock stars are stepping up their campaign for fairer YouTube payments with an open letter to Google’s co-founder Larry Page.
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 political parties in Norway have proposed a ban on all gas-powered cars by the year 2025. Show More Summary
Larry Page has been secretly funding two flying car startups.
Google co-founder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page is much quieter than other leaders in the industry, rarely attending events (even Google I/O), speaking in public, or publicizing his investments. So it comes as a surprise when earlier this week a Bloomberg report revealed one of Page’s secret interests: flying cars. Show More Summary
Some details have finally made their way online regarding Google founder Larry Page's ultra-secret startup, Zee.Aero, and they might surprise you: He's working on a flying car. Zee.Aero is entirely unrelated to Google, which Page is no longer associated with. Patent filings have revealed that Zee.Aero's project is a vehicle that can take off and...
The Google founder owns not one but two flying car startups.
image credit Google co-founder Larry Page is the force behind a pair of mysterious startups, Kitty Hawk and Zee.Aero, both of which are working on plans for a flying car.Most flying car concepts remain just that - concepts. The fact that flying cars act as a stand-in for some distant, unattainable future isn't a mistake. Show More Summary
Yes, advances in materials science, engine technology and computer-assisted flight controls make such vehicles more technically feasible than ever before. But there is no business model in place – and none imaginable – that would make flying cars anything more than a very rich man’s toy, for use only in limited, uncongested spaces as a hobby.
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Alphabet CEO Larry Page has secretly spent $100 million (£69 million) building flying cars. A new report by Bloomberg revealed that Page secretly funded two flying car startups: Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk. 2. Show More Summary
Larry Page, the billionaire co-founder of Google, is secretly backing a pair of startups that are working on flying cars, according to a report. Since 2010, Page has poured more than $100 million into Zee.Aero, a company that lately has been testing tw... The post Google co-founder pouring a ton of money into flying cars appeared first on SodBlog.