From CNET Magazine: Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have set their sights on spaceflight. Their efforts just might put us on Mars.
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Amazon's CEO hopes to make it as easy to start investing in space as it is to create an internet startup.
Jeff Bezos' rocket company conducts the first successful in-flight escape test since the Apollo era and lands its rocket booster safely in Texas on Wednesday.
CB Insights is pitting tech bigwigs against one another in a popularity contest because why not.
Jeff Bezos' rocket company will test a system that would keep crew safe in the event of a bad rocket booster. By design, the booster isn't likely to survive. You can watch it live Wednesday.
Diamandis believes the XPrize will help increase the average lifespan by 50 years and cure cancer by 2026.
The company is planning a powerful new rocket that will take satellites and humans to space. And maybe someday, Amazon Prime orders too? We can dream, can't we?
Select Amazon employees will participate in a pilot program that puts them in the office just 30 hours per week.
Bezos and celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson are among the latest to join the agency's Defense Innovation Advisory Board.
Amazon CEO says at Code Conference that the billionaire shouldn't be using his fortune "to fund a lawsuit to kill Gawker."
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