Forget self-driving cars, Google founder Larry Page is skipping right ahead to flying taxis. His company, Kitty Hawk, has developed an electric-powered autonomous flying taxi that takes off like a helicopter and flies like an aircraft - it's like a cross between a drone and a small plane. \n\n[QUOTE]Since October, a mysterious flying object has been seen moving through the skies over the South Island of New Zealand. It looks like a cross between a small plane and a drone, with a series of small rotor blades along each wing that allow it to take off like a helicopter and then fly like a plane. To those on the ground, it has always been unclear whether there was a pilot aboard.\n\nWell, it turns out that the airborne vehicle has been part of a series of “stealth” test flights by a company personally financed by Larry Page, the co-founder of Google and now the chief executive of Google’s parent, Alphabet.[/QUOTE]\n\n\nRead more [URL='https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/startups/newsbuzz/google-co-founder-larry-pages-flying-taxis-now-exiting-stealth-mode/articleshow/63280079.cms']here[/URL].