CALIFORNIA: The big reveal of Tesla?s electric pick-up went embarrassingly wrong when the supposedly impact-proof windows smashed, leaving a flustered Elon Musk to flounder through the rest of his presentation in front of a badly damaged vehicle. The Tesla co-founder unveiled the all-electric battery-powered Tesla Cybertruck in California on Thursday, daring staff to hit the vehicle with sledgehammers and showing a video of it withstanding bullets shot from a 9mm gun.

Researchers have successfully experimented a wet suit material aimed at protecting surfers from deadly shark bites. The material- experimented by a team from Flinders University in South Australia- has proved shark-proof after it was exposed to one of the most dangerous creatures in the sea. The team tested two different types of fabrics that combined very strong but lightweight fibers with the neoprene material used for wet suits.

ISLAMABAD: The government is set to launch electric buses in the country to combat air pollution. As per details, the federal government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with private ride-hailing service to introduce electric vehicles in the country. The MoU was signed by Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhary and CEO of bus hailing service in Islamabad on Tuesday, according to Radio Pakistan.

PARIS: Airlines have taken steps to reduce their carbon footprints under the gaze of public opinion, but the pressure of the bottom line means some fly with extra fuel, boosting emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases. As the highly competitive air travel industry is being pushed to reduce its carbon emissions ? which it puts at two to three percent of the global total ? the practice known as fuel tankering has become an acid test for airlines? commitment to really go green.

French media organisations lodged a complaint against Google to the country?s competition authority Wednesday over the US internet giant?s refusal to pay for displaying their content. The move sets up a legal fight with Google over a new EU copyright law that could have huge repercussions for the future of the press.

SAN FRANCISCO: Websites and apps using Google’s advertising tools will be able to block personalised ads to internet users in California and elsewhere as part of the Alphabet unit’s effort to help them comply with the state’s new privacy law, it told clients this week. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect on Jan.

Advisor to the Prime Minister on Climate Change, Amin Aslam talking to the media on Thursday said that Pakistan is planning to save 2 billion dollars in fuel costs by shifting to electric vehicles, ARY News reported. The advisor said that the cabinet has given formal approval for the country?s first electric vehicle policy.

PUBG announced to release Version 0.16.0 and now some of its features have been revealed after early release in certain regions. Mr Ghost Gaming has come out with a video, giving an insight into how the game would look like after the update. Switching from TPP to FPP The expected features include switching from the TPP to FPP during the game without going to the lobby menu.

Tesla Inc has unveiled its first-ever pickup truck, achieving another milestone in steps aimed at countering global warming. “We need sustainable energy now. If we don’t have a pickup truck we can’t solve it,” said Tesla CEO Elon Musk while unveiling the truck, also known as Cybertruck, at an event in Los Angeles, California. The truck will come in...

Twitter Inc is globally launching a feature for users to hide certain replies on their tweets, in order to give people more control over their conversations on the site, the company said on Thursday. The feature, which has previously been tested in the United States, Canada and Japan, is part of Twitter’s efforts to clean up abusive content and...