Berlin, Intel strike controversial chip plant subsidy deal

Berlin agreed Monday to grant US chip giant Intel subsidies totalling almost a third of the cost of a 30-billion-euro ($32.7-billion) German plant in a controversial decision following a months-long row.


Biggest-ever airliner order marks first day of Paris Air Show

European aircraft maker Airbus got the Paris Air Show off to a soaring start on Monday with the announcement of the biggest-ever order for civil aircraft, as the French president joined a big crowd for the event's return ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

Europe must boost chip production amid Asia risks: EU chief

Europe must boost mass production of vital semiconductors due to worsening geopolitical risks in Asian chip-making centers, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday.


Tomorrow's 'Top Gun' might have drone wingman, use AI

Maverick's next wingman could be a drone. In the movies, fighter pilots are depicted as highly trained military aviators with the skills and experience to defeat adversaries in thrilling aerial dogfights.


Airbus, Dassault reach deal on European fighter jet prototype

Airbus and Dassault Aviation have reached an accord on building a test version of Europe's next-generation fighter jet, after weeks of strained negotiations that put the plane's development in doubt, sources close to the ...