By Victoria Waldersee and Nick Carey BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - After years of accelerating growth, Europe's electric car sales appear to be entering a go-slow zone as drivers wait for better, cheaper models that are two to three years down the road. Fully-electric

By Tim Hepher (Reuters) - Europe is being warned not to "miss the train" on the emerging space economy as more than 20 countries gather in Spain, expected to focus on funding for the delayed Ariane 6 rocket as well as

After the US and together with the UK, Italy will be the first EU country to test Amazon's sky delivery drones. The official announcement came from the US company during Delivery the Future, the event staged in Seattle at which the Prime Air division unveiled

By Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - Elon Musk, owner of social media platform X, is considering removing the service formerly called Twitter from Europe in response to a new internet platform regulation in the region, news site Insider reported on Wednesday. The billionaire

By Graham Keeley and Tim Hepher MADRID (Reuters) -Spanish company PLD Space launched its recoverable Miura-1 rocket early on Saturday from a site in southwest Spain, carrying out Europe's first fully private rocket launch in a glimmer of hope for the

By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - TikTok has been fined 345 million euros ($370 million) for breaching privacy laws regarding the processing of children's personal data in the European Union, its lead regulator in the bloc said on Friday. The Chinese-owned short-video

By Tim Hepher PARIS (Reuters) - European space officials said on Monday they face crucial timing decisions in the coming weeks on the return to flight of Europe's flagship space launchers following a series of delays. The inaugural launch of Europe's new

By Victoria Waldersee BERLIN (Reuters) - China's electric vehicle (EV) makers, which have raced past foreign rivals to top sales rankings at home, are arriving in Europe – and facing a new set of challenges. Stereotypes of Chinese manufacturing, import costs, and

By Will Dunham Early Humans: (Reuters) - Long before our species Homo sapiens trekked out of Africa, earlier human species also spread to other parts of the world. That dispersal, however, sometimes encountered grave hardships. Scientists on Thursday described evidence of a