Last night, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos appeared on 60 Minutes and announced his plans for Prime Air, a service that will deliver small packages via drone. FAA regulations for commercial drone use are expected by 2015, so those five-pound-and-under packages will be sent the regular way until then.
In other news, architect-designed dollhouses are auctioned for charity, and Legoland is building a brick-themed hotel in Florida. See the headlines after the jump.
• In A Few Years, Your Amazon Prime Deliveries Might Arrive Via Octocopter | Fast Company
• Bonhams Dollhouse Auction in London | Interior Design
• Legoland Hotel Florida Set For 2015, Company Announces Plans For Fifth Hotel | HuffPost Home
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