Elon Musk claims ‘verbal approval’ for hyperloop route from NY to DC, Falcon Heavy launch has “good chance” of failure says Elon Musk, and Hulu signs 3,000-episode distribution deal with 20th Century Fox.
Elon Musk said on Thursday that his Boring Co. received “verbal approval” to build an underground hyperloop system from Washington, D.C., to New York, reports the Business Journal. Musk claimed on Twitter that a hyperloop system could travel between the two cities in 29 minutes.
SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk said that the upcoming launch of the Falcon Heavy had “a real good chance” of failure, reports CNBC. Musk told a space station research conference Wednesday that he wants to set realistic expectations for the flight later this year from Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Hulu and 20th Century Fox Television Distribution announced a massive new agreement on Wednesday that will add nearly 3,000 episodes from 26 recent and older comedy and drama series to the streaming service, reports Variety. Hulu will obtain streaming rights to every episode of shows including “How I Met Your Mother,” “Burn Notice,” “Bones” and “Glee,” as well as all 11 seasons of “M*ASH” and the full “NYPD Blue” library.
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