Elon Musk is taunting Jeff Bezos with cat emoji now

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One day, you might be telling your grandson that the great satellite broadband race of the 21st century began with a cat emoji. On Wednesday, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk called Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos a "copycat" (with the "cat" bit supplanted with a cat emoji) on Twitter, pointing to news of Amazon planning to launch a satellite-powered broadband service. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk unveils Tesla's Model Y SpaceX announced plans for a similar project back in 2015, and other companies, including Facebook, are planning something of the sort as well. The Musk-Bezos feud has been going on for a while, with Musk taunting Bezos about the size of his rockets back in 2015. Alongside Amazon, Bezos is also the founder of spaceflight company Blue Origin, which is a competitor to SpaceX. In this particular case, Musk is clearly ahead by a couple of years. But the "copycat" assertion will truly be solidified only if Bezos drops his own rap track. WATCH: Elon Musk drops rap song “RIP Harambe”

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One day, you might be telling your grandson that the great satellite broadband race of the 21st century began with a cat emoji.

On Wednesday, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk called Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos a "copycat" (with the "cat" bit supplanted with a cat emoji) on Twitter, pointing to news of Amazon planning to launch a satellite-powered broadband service.

SEE ALSO: Elon Musk unveils Tesla's Model Y

SpaceX announced plans for a similar project back in 2015, and other companies, including Facebook, are planning something of the sort as well.

The Musk-Bezos feud has been going on for a while, with Musk taunting Bezos about the size of his rockets back in 2015. Alongside Amazon, Bezos is also the founder of spaceflight company Blue Origin, which is a competitor to SpaceX.

In this particular case, Musk is clearly ahead by a couple of years. But the "copycat" assertion will truly be solidified only if Bezos drops his own rap track.

WATCH: Elon Musk drops rap song “RIP Harambe”

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