Could Google’s Co-Founder Finally Get a Flying Car Off the Ground?
Shortly after the Wright Brothers made history with their first flight, inventors began dreaming up various iterations of the flying car. Obviously, little progress has been made in this area. Today, it’s the tech giants that have the power to make these fantasies become a reality—from Jeff Bezos‘ privatization of the space industry to Elon Musk’s development of the “Hyperloop.”
Larry Page, co-founder of Google, owns not one, but two flying car companies: Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk. The two are secretly competing to be the first to perfect a flying car. Bloomberg‘s Ashlee Vance goes inside Page’s clandestine factories. Read the full story here.
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