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Some climate campaigners praise Biden for releasing emergency oil reserves
In a surprising move, some climate crisis campaigners have praised Joe Biden for ordering the release of emergency oil reserves in an attempt to reduce energy prices across the country.
Caviar makes a custom iPhone and an Elon Musk bust out of a melted down Tesla Model 3
Caviar typically looks back when it comes to luxury - its phones are often clad in precious gold, expensive leather and sometimes even marble.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on great form, says deputy PM Dominic Raab
The prime minister was branded "shambolic" after his appearance at the CBI, where he referenced Peppa Pig, quoted Lenin and lost his place.
New buildings in England to require electric vehicle charge points from next year
Electric vehicle charging points will be required in new homes and non-domestic buildings in England from next year, UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced.
New buildings in England to require electric vehicle charge points from next year
Electric vehicle charging points will be required in new homes and non-domestic buildings in England from next year, UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced.
CBI conference: Boris Johnson veers off road in his hybrid pitch to business
But the 25-minute journey at the CBI's conference took some awkward turns as the prime minister tried to fuel enthusiasm for his green industrial revolution.
This sleek Apple Drone design is the logical addition to take the Apple products to the next level - Yanko Design
A practically feasible Apple drone that germinates from the core idea presented in patents emerging in the last few years and in recent times by Apple.
Apple steps up full self-driving capabilities in its automotive project - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Apple is picking up speed in its race to build electric cars.
Analysis | Why Delhi Is the World's Smog Capital Year After Year
Millions of Indians are breathing the world's most toxic air.
It's hailed as the clean energy of the future. But hydrogen produces 'substantial' emissions, study shows.
Hydrogen has been billed as the clean energy of the future by governments worldwide, from the United States and Europe to Australia and Japan.