Tesla’s Elon Musk relocates to Texas from California; compares himself to war general. Elon He can comfortably call himself the world’s second-richest person amid a surge in the stock of his electric car maker Tesla, and now he has added another title: Texan.
Elon Musk recently smashed Twitter with the launch of Tesla’s new Cybertruck — a huge triangular car loaded with futuristic features. As Twitteratis are speculating what was the inspiration behind Musk’s never-seen-before truck, the Tesla chief has himself revealed what has influenced the design of the Cybertruck.
But for users in rural and remote areas who’ve long struggled to obtain internet access on equal footing with Canadians in urban areas, Starlink is offering hope. The service was recently made available to select users for “beta testing,” with the promise of wider availability in 2021.
In Pikangikum, a fly-in community of 2,800 residents in northwest Ontario, Kejick said he’d become accustomed to download speeds of only 2 megabits per second — a fraction of the 50 megabits per the second the federal government considers a standard minimum for broadband.
The story began in the year 1989 when a couple from Long Island, New York bought a storage unit for a mere amount of $100 in a blind auction. Nobody knew what was inside the locker. The couple cracked the box only to find a 1976 Lotus Esprit sports car. It was not just another sports car. The car was used in 1977 James Bond film “The Spy Who Loved Me.” Nicknamed as “Wet Nellie”, the car transforms into a submarine and fires missiles when it is under the water.
They put up the car for auction in 2013 and a secret buyer reportedly bought it for $997,000, according a report in CNBC. The secret buyer was none other than Elon Musk. The car had no wheels and it could not drive on land. It only had “articulated fins.”
“If a team has been winning for too long, they do tend to get a little complacent, a little entitled, and then they don’t win the championship anymore,” Musk said. “California has been winning for a long time… and they are taking it for granted.”
As the coronavirus swept the United States earlier this year, Musk engaged in a public spat with local officials over business closure orders that temporarily shuttered a Tesla factory in northern California, and vowed to move his headquarters and future projects to Texas or Nevada.