Larry Page-backed 'flying car' startup should hit the market next year

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    There are a number of companies out there attempting to hawk "flying cars," personal aircraft meant to bring about some kind of transportation revolution. The framework isn't even in place to support such a revolution, but one company with major backing still wants its products on sale before the decade's out.

    Opener is a startup that hopes to have its first product on sale next year, CNBC reports, citing an interview with Opener's technical advisor, Alan Eustace. It has the backing of Google co-founder Larry Page. While it's unclear how much investment Page has put into Opener, the company's FAQ page claims it's a "well-funded" startup that "will not be seeing new investors for the foreseeable future."

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