Growing numbers of young people whizzing around Europe’s big cities on electric scooters may represent a nightmare for some pedestrians and motorists, but for Swedish sharing startup VOI they offer a path to positive cashflow.
E-scooters put Swedish startup on road to positive cashflow
Facebook's method of transferring data from the EU to the US for business purposes is to be challenged again in court.
Facebook to be quizzed in court on EU-US data transfers
While some stars completely vanish once they reach the end of their fuel reserves, exploding outward in what's known as a supernova event, some mysteriously get a second chance at life.
Scientists find runaway ‘zombie stars’ that may hold key to post-supernova event
Volkswagen will create joint ventures and help finance battery production to persuade skeptical cell suppliers to back its aggressive push for mass producing electric vehicles, board member Stefan Sommer told Reuters.
VW to deepen alliances with battery suppliers for electric push
On July 16, 1969, three men flew to the Moon.
How Neil Armstrong's spacesuit was saved using 3D scanning
A group of students at Sharif University of Technology has developed an Android operating system (OS) for smartphones in response to the Google moves to eliminate Iranian applications on its Google Play Services.
Iranian students design domestic Android OS
A Southern Miss professor was the lead scientist of a nine-day expedition to research one of the deepest shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico.
How a professor led team to explore two historic shipwrecks
Jaguar Land Rover is making a multi-million pound investment to build electric vehicles in Britain, in a major boost for the UK government and a sector hit by the slump in diesel sales and Brexit uncertainty.
Jaguar Land Rover to build electric cars at UK plant
With eyes bright, Sun Zezhou, chief designer of China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe, speaks fast but clearly.
From Moon to Mars, Chinese space engineers rise to new challenges

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