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Austrian skydiver Peter Salzmann tests BMW’s 300 km/h electric wingsuit

Austrian skydiver Peter Salzmann tests BMW’s 300 km/h electric wingsuit

Expanding its reach to the skies, German luxury vehicle maker BMW has introduced an electric wingsuit that was recently tested by air sports pioneer Peter Salzmann.

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

Demand for petrol and diesel-powered cars suffered double-digit percentage drop in September 2020, allowing environment-friendly EVs to overtake the conventional cars across Europe, fresh data publ

Expansion of charging infrastructure isn’t keeping pace with rising demand for EVs: ACEA

Expansion of charging infrastructure isn’t keeping pace with rising demand for EVs: ACEA

The pace of expansion of charging infrastructure in Europe is much slower than the pace of growth of electric vehicle (EV) sales, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) pointed o

Online Sports Bettors don’t turn to Online Casinos during absence of sports: Research

Online Sports Bettors don’t turn to Online Casinos during absence of sports: Research

During the worldwide absence of sports events due to the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, regular sports bettors across Europe are not turning to online casinos to satisfy their itch to gamble, a new stud

COVID-19 lockdown pushes online casino searches to 'all-time’ high

COVID-19 lockdown pushes online casino searches to 'all-time’ high

Almost all casinos across Europe, Canada and United States have been closed for more than a couple of months due to corona virus outbreak, but the notorious pandemic failed to crush gamers’ keen in

German Government agrees to Lufthansa Package

German Government agrees to Lufthansa Package

The German government has agreed to rescue package for the second largest European airline Deutsche Lufthansa AG.

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