Rolled out by the middle of the decade
Boeing has said that it will go into mass production of its unmanned, fighter-like jet developed in Australia likely happening by the middle of the decade.
Hopes to get the planes in the air again
Boeing said it will make two new software updates to the 737 MAX’s flight control computer in a bid to get the troubled planes off the ground again and hopefully back on the ground again without crashing.
Apparently, it may not be up to snuff
A second software problem during a CST-100 Starliner test flight is prompting a NASA safety panel to recommend a review of Boeing's software verification processes.
Moving away to Max orbit
A satellite built by Boeing and operated by DirecTV is moving to a higher orbit because the signs are that it is about to explode.
NASA is a bit worried about the Starliner spacecraft
In the wake of the 737 Max fiasco, NASA appears to be a bit worried about Boeing’s Starline rocket.
Designed by clowns supervised by monkeys
Boeing has released hundreds of internal messages that showed its staff had a really low opinion of its 737 MAX.
You bet that Apple is there
Every year some technology ends up causing more problems than it cures or just turns out to be total pants. We usually consider Apple the front runner for providing over-priced technology that no one ever needs or just messing up something simple. However this year it had a competition which was so stiff it would have made Priapus (pictured) proud or rather prouder.
Not certain it will ever fly again
Boeing is considering either suspending or cutting back production of the 737 MAX amid growing uncertainty over the troubled plane's return to service and could release a decision as soon as today, according to people familiar with the matter.
Even though they knew one would crash every two or three years
US regulators decided to allow Boeing's 737 MAX jet to keep flying after its first fatal crash last fall even after their own analysis indicated it could become one of the most accident-prone airliners in decades without design changes.