Amazon is testing its own delivery network for "the last mile," the final leg of a package's journey to consumers' doorsteps. The new delivery efforts will get Amazon closer to a holy grail of e-commerce: same-day shipping.
An Australian engineer has developed a bricklaying robot that can lay 1,000 bricks an hour, work 24/7 and complete the shell of a brick home in just two days. Think of it as 3D printing on a grand scale.
Who knew that LEGO designed their figures' hands perfectly to hold Apple lightning and other types of cables? Stick a LEGO brick on your desk, attach LEGO figure(s), and, voilà, an ingenious cord-catching solution.
If you don’t know Elon Musk, the first thing you need to know is that he’s kind of amazing. He started to make his fortune in the late 1990s after selling a software company he developed with his brother to Compaq. He also founded X.com, which merged with a company that owned PayPal, which Musk then helped bolster and sell in 2002 for $1.5 billion. In that same year, he co-founded SpaceX, a company that manufactures innovative space launch vehicles that could drastically reduce the cost of space exploration.
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