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Elon Musk shares incredible image of the fuel lines in SpaceX's Super Heavy Booster which resembles the Sarlacc pit from Star Wars

SpaceX is nearing completing of its Super Heavy booster that is set to take a massive Starship rocket into orbit as early as next month Elon Musk shared the inner workings of a Raptor engine that will power it The image, shared on Musk's Twitter account, shows a maze of fuel lines

dailymail.co.uk ,  3h 2
Elon Musk shares incredible image of the fuel lines in SpaceX's Super Heavy Booster which resembles the Sarlacc pit from Star Wars

REVEALED: Elon Musk demanded to be made Apple CEO during 2016 phone call with Tim Cook to negotiate a potential buyout of Tesla

New book reveals surprising anecdotes about the history of Tesla and Elon Musk Musk in 2016 demanded to be made CEO of Apple during buy-out negotiation Apple CEO Tim Cook cursed at him and hung up the phone ending the talks . The surprising 2016 conversation is one of the details revealed in the upcoming book Power Play: Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century by Wall Street Journal reporter Tim Higgins, according to a review in the Los Angeles Times.

dailymail.co.uk ,  1h 1
REVEALED: Elon Musk demanded to be made Apple CEO during 2016 phone call with Tim Cook to negotiate a potential buyout of Tesla

Brexit Britain boom as another UK company set to rival Musk in space race – EU goes quiet

BREXIT BRITAIN has been handed a boom in its plans to become a science superpower as another UK company is set to rival Elon Musk's Starlink, while the EU's project appears to remain grounded. British satellite giant Inmarsat is launching a new network of probes into the cosmos to offer global broadband and 5G services, joining an escalating space race with Mr Musk and OneWeb.

express.co.uk ,  10h 3
Brexit Britain boom as another UK company set to rival Musk in space race – EU goes quiet

Elon Musk announces Tesla's AI day next month to reveal the electric car maker's advancements with artificial intelligence and to recruit worldwide talent

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed Tesla will holds its AI day on August 19 Musk said the event will focus on recruiting the best talent to work for Tesla It's unclear what it will announce, but some experts believe Tesla will lay out a vision for the next decade at the event

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Elon Musk announces Tesla's AI day next month to reveal the electric car maker's advancements with artificial intelligence and to recruit worldwide talent

Elon Musk 'is dying' to build an electric jet - but worries his 'brain will explode'

ELON MUSK "is so dying" to try his hands at designing an all-electric, supersonic jet aircraft but admits his workload renders his plans impossible. Elon Musk discusses future of SpaceX's Starship system Not satisfied with sitting idly while the world moves onward, Elon Musk has shared some insight into the projects he would like to undertake.

express.co.uk ,  1d 6
Elon Musk 'is dying' to build an electric jet - but worries his 'brain will explode'

German rocket firm backed by Porsche family in bid to rival Musk

Germany's Isar is hoping its cheap and flexible rockets can challenge Musk A German rocket company has secured backing from the family behind sports car maker Porsche as the country seeks to build a homegrown rival to Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Isar Aerospace secured $75m (£54m) in a funding round supported by investors including Porsche SE, which is still owned by the eponymous Porsche dynasty.

telegraph.co.uk ,  2d 7
German rocket firm backed by Porsche family in bid to rival Musk

Elon Musk warns 'population collapse is potentially the greatest risk' to humanity

Billionaire Elon Musk expressed his concern for slowed population growth in the US on Twitter, adding a lot of people are needed to become a "multiplanet civilization" Elon Musk believes a booming population is crucial not just to survive on Earth but to colonise space as well.

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Elon Musk warns 'population collapse is potentially the greatest risk' to humanity

Elon Musk warns each Cybertruck would 'literally cost ONE MILLION dollars each' if Tesla started production now, as he pushes back until next year due to battery cell shortages

said each Cybertruck would 'literally cost a million dollars a piece or more' if Tesla started producing the futuristic vehicle now, adding that production is now being delayed to sometime in 2022 over battery shortages. The statement was made during Tesla's second-quarter earnings call Monday, which highlights the firm's struggle to ramp up production of its next-generation 4680 battery cell that will be used in the Cybertruck.

thisismoney.co.uk ,  2d 28
Elon Musk warns each Cybertruck would 'literally cost ONE MILLION dollars each' if Tesla started production now, as he pushes back until next year due to battery cell shortages

‘A psychosexual obsession’: the strange saga of Azealia Banks, Grimes and Elon Musk

The controversial rapper is once again trading blows with billionaire Musk and his girlfriend and musician Grimes. How did this feud begin? Billionaire Tesla founder and rocket ship entrepreneur Elon Musk has crafted such an unusual public profile, one emboldened by a fervent cult of fans on social media, that it came as no real surprise that his personal and professional lives eventually intersected with musician Azealia Banks.

telegraph.co.uk ,  3d 8
‘A psychosexual obsession’: the strange saga of Azealia Banks, Grimes and Elon Musk

Slow-charging EVs could be charged more when Tesla Supercharger network opens for all

Non-Tesla EVs will soon be able to access the Supercharger network using the firm’s app, but slow-charging cars may need to pay a premium Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently confirmed plans to open the Tesla Supercharger network of rapid electric car charging points up to vehicles from other manufacturers.

autoexpress.co.uk ,  3d 2
Slow-charging EVs could be charged more when Tesla Supercharger network opens for all

Elon Musk sniped at Apple for its use of cobalt and how it does business

In 2020, Tesla said it would eventually make batteries with cobalt-free cathodes Concerns have been raised about the unethical way in which the metal is often mined, although Apple denies claims of wrongdoing Musk said Tesla's goal is 'to support the advent of sustainable energy, it is not to create a walled garden and use that to bludgeon our competitors'

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Elon Musk sniped at Apple for its use of cobalt and how it does business

Tesla is surviving global chip shortage by rewriting vehicle software, says Elon Musk

Company said it could use substitute chips with their software reprogrammed within weeks Tesla logged a $1.1 billion profit in the second quarter of 2021 despite the global semiconductor shortage partly thanks to its efforts to rewrite the software code of processors in its electric vehicles, the company noted on Monday.

independent.co.uk ,  3d 2
Tesla is surviving global chip shortage by rewriting vehicle software, says Elon Musk

Bezos offers Nasa $2bn for moon lander contract already awarded to SpaceX

The letter intends to encourage Nasa to fund a second landing system in addition to contract bagged by SpaceX Blue Origins founder and chief Jeff Bezos has offered Nasa a discount of $2bn for a contract to build a landing vehicle for a future moon mission already bagged by his rival Elon Musk’s company SpaceX.

independent.co.uk ,  3d 0
Bezos offers Nasa $2bn for moon lander contract already awarded to SpaceX

Tesla shrugs off chip shortage to post $1bn quarterly profit for first time

The electric car maker enjoyed better than expected results despite the impact of global supply chain challenges - and the provision of $176m for a likely performance-based payout to boss Elon Musk. Tesla has shrugged off the global chip shortage to notch up quarterly profits of more than $1bn for the first time.

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Tesla shrugs off chip shortage to post $1bn quarterly profit for first time

Ofcom targets Musk’s SpaceX and Oneweb with satellite rule revamp

Ofcom has outlined proposals for tighter rules on the satellite broadband sector in a move that would impact Elon Musk’s SpaceX and British rival Oneweb. Space X and Oneweb are racing to launch constellations of low-orbit satellites that will provide high-speed broadband services to remote rural locations worldwide.

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Ofcom targets Musk’s SpaceX and Oneweb with satellite rule revamp

Tesla sales surge 98%; company boosts margins on its less-costly electric cars

July 26 (Reuters) - Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) posted a bigger second-quarter profit than expected on Tuesday thanks to sharply higher sales of its less-expensive electric vehicles, as it raised prices to boost its margins on them. Tesla also cut costs which helped it offset many of the supply chain and microchip shortfalls facing the auto industry.

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Tesla sales surge 98%; company boosts margins on its less-costly electric cars