German automotive giants eyeing hydrogen cars to achieve climate goals

German automotive giants eyeing hydrogen cars to achieve climate goals

Published: 14 hours ago By Nikita Chaurasia

Prominent German automakers including Audi and BMW are reportedly developing hydrogen fuel-cell passenger vehicle prototypes in addition to battery cars to achieve the goal of shifting to green fuel alternatives. German....

Oracle introduces first-of-its-kind AI-powered digital marketing system

Database software pioneer Oracle Corp. recently launched the ‘Fusion Marketing system’, an AI-powered automation solution for digital marketing as it continues to compete with the likes of Adobe Inc and Salesforce.com in selling....

FloBiz bags USD 31 Mn in Series B round led by Sequoia Capital India

Indian tech startup FloBiz, which helps in digitizing medium and small businesses, has reportedly raised USD 31 million in a Series B funding which was led by venture capital firm Sequoia Capital India, Think Investments, as well as investo....

Worldwide automobile production to witness 9.3% drop in 2022: Report

Global vehicle output is likely to be 75.8 million and 82.6 million vehicles in 2021 and 2022 respectively. The global automobile market is projected to witness a 1.1% fall in manufacturing in 2023. As per market experts, global car pr....

France suspends 3000 healthcare workers for failing vaccine compliance

Several care homes, hospitals, and health centers across France have reportedly suspended approximately 3,000 workers for failing to comply with COVID-19 vaccination mandates. This news comes after several EU countries announced stricter me....

Volkswagen allies with chipmaker Arm to develop software-defined cars

German motor vehicle manufacturer Volkswagen Group has reportedly teamed up with England-based semiconductor and software design company Arm Holdings to fuel the development of the software-defined automobile. For the uninitiated, software....

China develops tracking device to monitor data sent abroad by vehicles

A government-backed agency known as the CAERI (China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co. Ltd.) has reportedly developed a mechanism to track data that has been transmitted abroad using in-vehicle communication systems. According ....