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Jeff Bezos set to go to space



Billionaire Jeff Bezos is set to board a space flight with his company, Blue Origin.

The flight will take off on July 20th, just 15 days after he is set to resign as CEO of Amazon.

It will also be somewhat special, with Blue Origin revealing Bezos’ younger brother, Mark Bezos, will also join the flight.

“What a remarkable opportunity, not only to have this adventure but to do it with my best friend.”

Mark Bezos Said About Flying To The Moon With His Brother

Bezos, 57, said in a Monday morning Instagram post. “On July 20th, I will take that journey with my brother. The greatest adventure, with my best friend.”

Battle of the billionaires


Blue Origin is a distant second in the public eye to Elon Musk’s SpaceX, but this appears to be one space race Bezos is likely to win.

If all goes according to plan, Bezos will be the first of the billionaire space tycoons to experience a ride aboard the rocket technology that he’s poured millions into developing.

The Amazon CEO announced Blue Origin will launch its new Sheppard rocket and capsule in July.

The interior of the New Shepard crew capsule, which will carry people for the first time on a July 20 launch

New Shepard is designed to carry as many as six people at a time on a ride past the edge of space, with the capsules on previous test flights reaching an altitude of more than 340,000 feet.

The Sheppard’s flights are “sub-orbital” meaning they will take passengers on a short trip into space and back down to earth.

The company says “only 569 people have ever been over the so-called Kármán Line in space… and it wants to change this and change it dramatically”

SpaceX also plans to launch people into space by Autumn this year. 

So the battle between the billionaires to turn their rockets to riches continues on.

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EV market shifts as prices are slashed



Recently, there’s been a noticeable shift in the electric vehicle market, with major players like Nissan, Polestar, and Peugeot offering unprecedented discounts of $15,000 or more below the recommended retail price.

BYD have abandoned their fixed-price models in favour of traditional franchise dealerships. Could this trend reverse? Amidst these developments, Australia anticipates the launch of its first plug-in hybrid utility vehicle, the BYD Shark, following its global debut in Mexico last week. Stay tuned for further updates. #Featured #Trending

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Portal between countries shut down after international flashing



An international video portal has been forced to shut down after an OnlyFans model reportedly flashed passersby from across the globe.

On this episode of Ahron and Mike Live – Which would you prefer; pay rise or work perks, an international portal closes, the military reveal a submarine stingray and are you on a top or bottom burger bun?

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Is cloud technology the solution for every organisation’s needs?



Amidst the dominance of cloud technologies in the tech landscape, questions are rising over applicability and its cost implications.

As businesses increasingly migrate to cloud technologies, skepticism is brewing over whether it’s the optimal solution for every organisational need.

Additionally, the notion of “free” cloud services is being challenged, highlighting the importance of understanding the true costs and benefits associated with cloud adoption.

Harsha Patil, Engineering manager, California USA shares his key insights on the cloud conundrum. #featured

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