- Tesla met its June production target of 5,000 Model 3 vehicles per week
- The newest car model is expected to make the company self-sustainable
- Musk shared his positive outlook for the Q3 and Q4 2018 company earnings
After failing to meet several deadlines and facing many technical and logistical hiccups along the way, Tesla finally reached its coveted goal of producing 7,000 vehicles per week. Now that the venture is finally starting to pay out, will Musk and his crew be able to sustain this level of production, or will they once again fail to deliver?
- Facebook’s Aquila project comes to an end after 4 years of development
- The drones were meant to provide high-speed Internet to those without access
- The company plans to partner with Airbus and others to aid new HAPS projects
Imagine a world where every single person on the planet has access to high-speed Internet at all times. That’s what Facebook aimed to do, before suddenly announcing this Tuesday that they have abandoned work on their futuristic Aquila drones.
- Amazon teams up with Marriott to provide concierge services via its voice assistant
- Guests can use Alexa to order room service, look up local restaurants, check out, and more
- The company plans to allow visitors to log into their Amazon accounts to further personalise their experience
Ordering room service will soon be as simple as saying it out loud!
Don’t believe us? Just ask the folks at Amazon… or rather their new and improved Alexa.
What does the Tesla stunt mean for the future of an expanding space industry?
Would you tip a car for your pizza delivery?
As absurd as it may sound, this question is to become relevant rather sooner than later.
Looks like Apple is about to surprise us once again with their latest innovation.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) came with a new finding that UK university students have such large amounts of debt that it is likely 75 percent of them could not pay it back.
According to the study, people will still be paying their student loans when they are into their 50s.