In this week's Insider Tech newsletter we look at the astronomical deals dominating tech, as well as Amazon's search offensive.
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First humans to receive a "stentrode" demonstrate that home brain-computer interface systems are feasible
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SpaceX is expanding up its Starlink satellite internet beta, contacting would-be subscribers to offer them early access to the service at $99 per month. The project aims to blanket increasingly large areas with broadband internet service, delivered from a mesh of satellites that SpaceX has been progressively adding to over the past months. While early speed and stability testing has … Continue reading
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Every major launch and celestial event as we head into 2021.
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Elon Musk appears to be following through with his plan to “own no house.” Variety reports the enigmatic billionaire recently parted with Gene Wilder’s former Bel Air estate — the second of seven properties. Musk sold the house for $7 million to an LLC run by Hollywood screenwriter/producer Elizabeth Hunter, the spouse of Wilder’s nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman. The estate, which reportedly can’t be seen from the street, spans 0.78 acre while the house itself covers 2,756 square feet and boasts five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. There’s also a guest cottage. Back in May, Hard Fork shared a set of Musk‘s tweets that… This story continues at The Next Web
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Musk can't sell any shares awarded to him for at least five years, given the lock-up period associated with the compensation pay package.
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GMC's new Hummer looks like a formidable all-electric beast. Here's how its specs stack up vs. the Tesla Cybertruck, Bollinger S2 and Rivian R1T.
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When Tesla first unveiled its all-electric pickup called the Cybertruck, the design was polarizing, to say the least. The pickup has a body made of stainless steel and is highly angular and strange looking compared to any other vehicle on the market. Some people loved the design; others hated it. Tesla recently had a Q3 2020 earnings call, and during … Continue reading
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SpaceX has conducted several test flights of its Starship prototype, and so far, they’ve all flown only a portion of the rocket. Previous test flights have lacked the nosecone where one day payloads and perhaps astronauts will sit. SpaceX is gearing up for another test flight, and this time it’s attaching the nosecone on top of the rocket. The coming … Continue reading
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What will the future of public transport look like? The major projects being planned today, such as the UK’s HS2 high-speed rail network, aren’t fundamentally different to what’s been built over the last 30 years. Maglev trains are largely confined to niche projects in China. Hyperloop remains an unproven glimmer in Elon Musk and Richard Branson’s eyes. The likes of HS2 can deliver considerable improvements in network capacity but through incremental changes in conventional designs, from tracks to train bogies. Yet while the rail sector is warily slow at introducing new technologies due to the long time it takes to… This story continues at The Next Web
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In this article, we will talk about the solar market and why is it booming?So let's start the article, the reason for the booming of the solar market.There is no one reason.There are many reasons for increasing the demand for solar products.As you know people are investing in the solar industry mainly the richest people are investing.They know that people will transfer from electricity charging to solar charging and the demand for the solar industry will increase that's why the richest man Elon musk said that he will create the solar world in the next twenty years.
Maharashtra’s Aaditya Thackeray and the local industries minister have invited Tesla Motors to invest in India.
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Humans have a habit of glorifying failures rather than success.Case in point?Go to Google and type, “How many startups,” and the suggestion box will show:How many startups failHow many startups fail each yearHow many startups in the USGet the point?There are no search results like how to start a startup or how to start a tech startup company in the US.No.We want to know how we fail and not how we succeed.Well, let’s change it.Shall we?In this blog, we will talk about how to accurately start a startup and get it to the stage of launch.Starting from the reasons to start a startup, we will discuss idea generation, idea validation, hiring a team, marketing, and how to raise funds.The Reasons to Start a StartupSome start it for money, others want to help, and some want to make a difference.There are many reasons for this:Elon Musk wants to change the world radically and he is still doing that.Jeff Bezos wanted to create an everything store, and today Amazon sells truly everything under the sky.Bill Gates’ Microsoft is the fruit of his vision.Steve Jobs started Apple because he wanted a personal computer.Notice something?None of the world’s most successful founders and entrepreneurs were looking to make money.At least not directly.They did not have a guide to build a startup and knew how to go about it.But, they did have the motivation, a set plan, and the dedication to work for their dreams.We have boiled down the top reasons to know how to start a tech startup company.Visionary and Entrepreneurial PassionAre you the next Elon musk and looking to build a colony on Jupiter?Visionary startups founders can be called mad geniuses.These are the people who are always thinking of new ways to bring the company to new heights.The motive is to create innovative products and realize ideas that others can only imagine.Traits of Visionary Entrepreneurs by Founder Institute:ExtroversionExtroversion means to be talkative, assertive, and enthusiastic about everything.This helps absorb new ideas and get a hold of what others think.Entrepreneurs are 40% more extroverted than others.Being an extrovert is good for your business period.And we are beginning our discussion on how to make a startup from here to help you find out your zen.So, to become an extrovert, you need to:Start talkingGo OutJoin groups and discussionsSmile oftenListen activelyBe awareOpennessBeing open about everything lets you absorb more, and when you absorb more, you learn more.Plus, founders with this trait are more inventive and creative.On the scale of openness, the entrepreneurs are at a spot 20% higher than average.Openness here means that the founder needs to let the ideas flow from all the directions and practice using both sides of the brain.Remember, it does not only take intelligence to start a startup.You must also know how to be creative.If intelligence was the only thing required, Einstein or Newton would have set up empires.Fluid IntelligenceIntelligence may not be the only thing, but it is required.This trait helps solve problems and complete challenges.And trust us, you will face challenges in your journey.But, there is nothing that a visionary entrepreneur cannot tame.On average, entrepreneurs are 10% more intelligent than non-founders.To completely understand how to start a start up, you need to gain fluid intelligence.And to gain this ability, be creative, don’t move away from challenges, and socialize as much as can.In other words, every experience is the grist for your mill.Interested to read more?
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