Tanker loss hits EADS

More bad news for EADS, the parent company of planemaker Airbus. Its US partner Northrop Grumman has dropped out of the race to build a military


Connecting the dots at CeBIT

Connected worlds – connected living; that was the motto for this year’s CeBIT show – the world’s biggest computer and IT fair, held in Hannover in


Be afraid, be very afraid...

The Festival of Fantastic Films has returned to the Portuguese city of Porto for the 30th edition, with a selection of spine-chilling movies


Audi profit supports VW

Audi’s operating profit for last year was down 42 percent at 1.6 billion euros, however it was responsible for the bulk of the Volkswagen group’s


Sony joins 3D TV fray

Sony is to start selling 3D televisions in June, betting they will be the next hot product in the electronics industry. The Japanese company said


Galileo, what is it for?

Officially launched on 26 March 2002, Galileo will be the European global satellite navigation system when it goes into operation. How will it


Total workers clash with police

Protesters and police have clashed at the Paris headquarters of the French oil giant Total. About 300 demonstrators tried on Monday to break into the