BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, Tesla, Uber and Amazon are all testing out prototypes of driverless cars and trucks - known in the industry as autonomous vehicles (AVs). If they pass the safety tests and become widespread, how will it change our cities?
Monday's abrupt outburst by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte against thrill-starved football supporters was all over social media within hours, with the #gewoonjebekhouden hashtag trending widely on Twitter.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Two Russian fighters MiG-31 were scrambled to escort a UK spy plane over the Barents Sea, the national defence control centre said Monday.
The testing of the chimpanzee adenovirus-based vaccine has repeatedly been called into question for the “dangerous” lack of sufficient trials on chimp viruses, as well as the unclear consequences of the new technology. The trials of AstraZeneca’s vaccine candidate remain on hold in the US.
Months of border hostilities between India and China have started to be reflected on social media, with the smartphone generation in both countries waging a war of words on Twitter, while soldiers of the two Asian giants have witnessed incidents of violent clashes in the contested Ladakh region, reporting causalities on the Indian side.
The footage was published following US Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and Environment Keith Krach’s visit to Taiwan last week.
In a first substantial breakthrough in India for Moscow-based Gamaleya Institute vaccine Sputnik V, the multinational pharmaceutical company Dr. Reddy’s announced that it will be distributing 100 million doses of vaccine in India after conducting final-stage human trials and receiving regulatory clearances.
As the global death toll from COVID-19 approaches 1 million people, numerous countries have reinstated severe restrictions and travel bans in a bid to stop new outbreaks of the disease.