A group of British lawmakers have called for action against Camelot, arguing that the app options being provided by the National Lottery operator are responsible for inflating the issue of troubled
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The UK Gambling Commission, an executive non-departmental public body of the British Government responsible for regulating gambling and supervising gaming laws in the country, has announced that it
Ford Motor Company will invest more than $300 million to transform its vehicle transmission facility at Halewood in the United Kingdom to make it suitable for building electric power units for its
American automobile manufacturer Ford Motor Company recently rolled the batch of its eagerly-awaited all-electric Mustang Mach-E compact crossover SUV off its assembly line in China to deliver them
British oil & gas giant BP has joined forces with BMW Group and Daimler Mobility as the third stakeholder in the Digital Charging Solutions GmbH (DCS) joint venture to further accelerate the gr
French automobile manufacturer Citroen has announced that its C5 Aircross plug-in hybrid SUV has received an over-the-air (OTA) update that has enabled the e-SUV to remind to plug in when the batte
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IONITY, a high-power charging station network for electric vehicles (EVs) to facilitate long-distance travel across Europe, has announced the launch of a new tariff, called Ionity Passport.
Mercedes-Benz, a wholly-owned subsidiary of German luxury automobile manufacturer Daimler AG, has reported a significant decrease in global sales in the third quarter (Q3) of 2021.
Contemporary Amperex Technology Company Limited (CATL), a Chinese manufacturer of EV batteries, has announced plans to acquire Canadian Lithium Mining Company for almost $300 million.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are leaping into the electric vehicle (EV) space without calculating what is really takes to get the switch to EVs right, Tesla co-founder & former chief technology officer (CTO) JB Straubel warned.
Palo Alto, California-headquartered EV giant Tesla Motors has confirmed that overall sales of its Made-in-China (MIC) Model 3 and Model Y EVs surged to a new all-time high in September this year.