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IONITY’s ‘Plug & Charge’ feature automatically identifies EVs and authorizes charging

High-power charging station network operator IONITY has announced that its charging stations are the first in Europe to offer the “Plug & Charge” feature in line with ISO 15118 standard. The IONITY network is unique as it allows electric vehicles (EVs) with enabled Plug & Charge feature... read more

Endeavor Group Holdings to acquire OpenBet in $1.2bn cash and stock deal

California-headquartered entertainment & talent-agency Endeavor Group Holdings has agreed to acquire sports gambling firm OpenBet for $1.2 billion in cash and stock. Owned by Scientific Games Corporation, OpenBet is a sportsbook and gaming software firm based in Chiswick area of London in... read more

Tom Horn Gaming signs content deal with 888casino to expand distribution capabilities

Casino games supplier Tom Horn Gaming has announced the signing of a commercial partnership deal with Gibraltar-headquartered gambling giant 888 Holdings to expand its distribution capabilities in several new regulated markets.

The newly-signed deal will enable users of digital gaming... read more

Skoda wants EVs to make up at least 50% of its total sales volume by 2030

With an aim to become the leading European EV brand in the fast-growing markets of India, Russia and North Africa; Skoda Auto has announced plans to develop at least three more electric models by 2030. The plan to develop and offer three fully-electric vehicles is part of Skoda’s electrification... read more

Super Mario Maker will get new items next week via free software update

Yosuke Oshino, the director of Wii U’s Super Mario Maker game, has revealed that a free software update is being rolled out to the game next week. The forthcoming update will unfold new items for the game, to facilitate the gamers in building their own unique levels.

The software update... read more

VW says it had understated CO2 emissions on many fewer vehicles than initially feared

In a statement released on Wednesday, beleaguered German automaker Volkswagen (VW) said that its latest investigations have revealed that it had understated carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on notably much fewer vehicles than initially feared.

VW is battling a diesel emissions-cheating... read more

Peculiar Shape of Xenokeryx's Largest Horn was Similar to Hairstyles of Queen from Star Wars Movies

A team of scientists last week announced that they have discovered fossils of a strange giraffe-like animal with three horns atop its head and a set of fangs. Now scientists have found a similarity between this creature and the pretty young queen from the Star Wars movies.

The creature... read more

Tesla issues voluntary recall of 90,000 Model S sedans for front seat belt issue

In an email dispatched to the owners of its vehicles on Friday, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors said that it is issuing a voluntary recall of nearly 90,000 Model S sedans.

The reason behind Tesla’s decision to recall Model S sedans is that the company has received one report... read more

Scientists say Blazing Object to collide with Earth Next Month

Scientists said a baffling object is going to collide with the Earth next month. The collision is going to be blazing, but the scientists said there is nothing to worry about. Astronomers, who have marked the object moving extremely quickly through space, said that it's very light weight to be a... read more

EU first major economy that fulfills its global emissions pledge

Europe's climate chief said in a statement that the European Union will push up for an UN deal to cope up with global warming problems that have been affecting the world and will check the outcome for every five years.

Miguel Arias Canete, Climate and Energy Commissioner, said that any... read more

Europe’s Climate Chief says Positive Progress by Nations towards Global Deal on CO2 astonished Him

Miguel Arias Cañete, climate change chief of Europe, is happy with the way nations are dealing with carbon dioxide emissions. The chief said the positive progress by about 149 countries towards a global deal on carbon dioxide has astonished him.

In an interview with BBC News, Cañete... read more

A study by researchers from Kuopio University Hospital and University of Eastern Finland has linked asthmamedicine intake to stunted growth. More than 12,400 children from Finland were part of the research. The researchers analyzed height, weight and intake ofasthma medicine of children aged up to two years old. They found that the Finnish children who took corticosteroids were too short for their age.     There is a link between asthma medicine intake and stunted growth, according to a new study. Researche

A study by researchers from Kuopio University Hospital and University of Eastern Finland has linked asthmamedicine intake to stunted growth. More than 12,400 children from Finland were part of the research. The researchers analyzed height, weight and intake ofasthma medicine of children aged up... read more

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