Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small” – Ars Technica


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Boeing slams the Falcon Heavy rocket as “too small”
Ars Technica
Recently, Boeing created a website called "Watch US Fly" to promote its aerospace industry—a grab bag of everything from Chinese tariffs to President Trump's visit to the company's facilities in St. Louis. Among the most intriguing sections is one
Culberson urges NASA contractors to press forwardHouston Chronicle



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Fortnite: Looking Back at Season 3’s Biggest Moments – Comicbook.com


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Fortnite: Looking Back at Season 3's Biggest Moments
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With Fortnite's Season 3 about to end later tonight and maintenance scheduled to begin Season 4 and make all sorts of unknown changes, there's just enough time left to reminisce about the third season's biggest moments. Fortnite Season 3 feels like it
Here's When Fortnite Season 4 Starts This WeekGameSpot


It's The Last Day Of 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Season 3, Season 4 Coming SoonForbes
Fortnite Battle Royale Season 3 recap: the best and worst changesPolygon
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Watch Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin successfully launch its New Shepard rocket and totally stick the landing – BGR


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Watch Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin successfully launch its New Shepard rocket and totally stick the landing
BGR
SpaceX has dominated headlines so far in 2018 thanks to the successful launch of the Falcon Heavy and numerous Falcon 9 missions, but it's not the only private spaceflight company in town. Blue Origin, the spaceflight startup from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos
The weird advantage Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin says it has on SpaceXCNET


Blue Origin's New Shepard skims space in successful 8th test launchTechCrunch
Blue Origin Moves Closer To Space Tourism With Successful New Shepard Rocket Test FlightTech Times
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WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum is leaving Facebook after clashing over data privacy – The Verge


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WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum is leaving Facebook after clashing over data privacy
The Verge
WhatsApp co-founder and CEO Jan Koum is leaving the company amid arguments with parent company Facebook over data privacy and the messaging app's business model, according to a report from The Washington Post. Koum, together with his fellow co-founder
WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum is leaving Facebook and is expected to step down from the boardRecode


WhatsApp founder to depart after reported spat with Facebook over securityCNET
WhatsApp CEO, Co-Founder Jan Koum Says He's Leaving FacebookBloomberg
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