Automotive

Tesla posts record profit, won't produce new models in 2022

Tesla Inc. on Wednesday posted record fourth-quarter and full-year earnings as deliveries of its electric vehicles soared despite a global shortage of computer chips that has slowed the entire auto industry.

Energy & Green Tech

Performance analysis of evolutionary hydrogen-powered aircraft

Liquid hydrogen (LH2) combustion aircraft could provide carbon-free air travel on 31%–38% of passenger kilometers flown in 2050, a new study from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) says. The study ...

Business

Boeing reports another loss due to 787 woes

Boeing reported a hefty fourth-quarter loss Wednesday as mounting costs connected to the widebody 787's woes more than offset a boost from the comeback of the 737 MAX after a lengthy grounding.

Business

US sues to block Lockheed Martin-Aerojet deal

US authorities announced Tuesday they are suing to block Lockheed Martin's $4.4 billion takeover of Aerojet Rocketdyne, asserting the proposed deal would lead to higher costs on defense systems.

Energy & Green Tech

Estimating the future cost of hydrogen fuel for transport in India

A mid-level outlook for the at-the-pump price of "green" hydrogen produced from water electrolysis powered by solar electricity in India declines to around $5 per kilogram (kg) hydrogen (or INR 350 per kg hydrogen) in 2050, ...

Energy & Green Tech

France's new-generation nuclear plant delayed again

Electricity giant EDF on Wednesday announced a further delay and cost overruns for France's flagship new-generation nuclear plant, in a blow to President Emmanuel Macron's strategy of making atomic power a cornerstone of ...

Business

Swiss army backs home-grown IM service amid privacy concerns

The Swiss army has told its ranks to stop using foreign instant-messaging services like WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram for official communications. Instead, it's opting for a Swiss alternative—in part over concerns about ...

Internet

Why false news snowballs on social media

The spread of misinformation on social media is a pressing societal problem that tech companies and policymakers continue to grapple with, yet those who study this issue still don't have a deep understanding of why and how ...

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