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Coronavirus-free flights set to begin between US and Europe next month
Passengers who have tested negative for coronavirus will soon be able to fly back and forth from Europe to the United States.
There's a new strain of coronavirus that's taking over the world
Researchers have confirmed that coronavirus has evolved into a new strain that out-competes the original strain by about 10-fold.
This new strain of coronavirus spreads faster, but has a big weakness
A new strain of coronavirus has been confirmed, and while it has been found that it spreads faster, it has a big weakness.
WHO warns some countries may need a COVID-19 shut down again
As coronavirus cases in the Northern Hemisphere begin to accelerate, the WHO has warned countries may have to shut down again.
Coronavirus deaths in Europe pass 250,000
Reports have indicated that Europe has passed 250,000 coronavirus cases, new restrictions on daily life have been implemented.
WHO warns of 'pandemic fatigue', a call for action has been made
The World Health Organization has put out a new warning for what it calls 'pandemic fatigue'. A call to action has been made.
WHO now backs herbal medical trials for potential COVID-19 treatments
The World Health Organization announced on Saturday that they have endorsed a protocol for testing African herbal medicines.
These Europeans received $1,200 coronavirus stimulus checks, but why?
The U.S federal government has sent hundreds of coronavirus stimulus checks to people in Europe, making some people very confused.
Coronavirus cases top 24 million globally, new COVID-19 update
Global coronavirus cases have reached another milestone of 24 million, and global coronavirus deaths are looming on 1 million.
Coronavirus infections are drastically surging in Germany and Spain
Countries in Europe are struggling to maintain the coronavirus spread, and now reports indicate Germany and Spain are struggling.
WHO has some horrible news about the global coronavirus situation
The World Health Organization has some terrible news about the global coronavirus situation.
Here's the explanation as to why coronavirus spreads so quickly
A new revelation has come out that explains why the coronavirus spread so quickly across countries.
Apple has a big donation headed toward healthcare workers in EU and US
Apple will be making a massive donation to healthcare workers in both the United States and Europe.
Court stops work on Tesla's 'Gigafactory' over environmental threats
The court has stopped all work on Tesla's German-based Gigafactory over environmental concerns.
Europe to launch kamikaze space robots that will save our atmosphere
Europe is planning on launching space robots into low-Earth orbit that will clean-up our mess.
Nintendo debut eShop sale in North America and Europe
Nintendo has debuted their eShop sale lasting a week in North America and Europe.
European countries working to attract Tesla investment
Netherlands is in a good position since Tesla Motors has already chosen Amsterdam for their European headquarters.
Tesla's next Gigafactory will be in Europe
This development should also boost the numbers of production capacity.
FIFA 17 Xbox One Review
FIFA returns for another year with a brand new engine after having left the old generation behind. Is it enough to keep it at the top? Let's see.
CRYORIG Releases the C7 Ultra Compact Cooler
Win a trip to the LoL championships in Europe with Razer
Razer is providing three winners with flights, accommodation, peripherals and a meet and greet with pro gamers at the LoL Championships in Germany.
Microsoft boss says Xbox 'needs to do better' in European markets
Microsoft wants to try to find ways to improve in Europe.
RazerStore Grand Opening Halted Due To Overcrowding!
ESL and ESEA team up to create a $1,000,000 CS:GO league
ESL and ESEA team up to throw an incredible $1,000,000 at two CS:GO tournaments in 2015.
ESEA announce its $144,000 CS:GO finals schedule
ESEA announces the schedule for its massive $144,000 CS:GO live finals event.
ROCCAT Announces Kave XTD 5.1 Analog Gaming Headset
ESL announce $250,000 CS:GO competition in Cologne
ESL announce yet another $250,000 CS:GO competition - this event is to be held in a 15,000-seat indoor arena.
Sony mobile may cut 1000 more jobs
Sony mobile may be cutting 1,000 more jobs as part of a restructuring plan.
Europe, China team up for robotic space mission ready before 2021
The European Space Agency (ESA) and Chinese space program will launch a joint robotic space mission by 2021.
CRYORIG Announces New QF120 Fan Line
Lag be gone! Riot are building their own League of Legends network
Riot Games are working on their own League of Legends network to combat lag issues.
Edward Snowden's lawyer wants US officials charged over CIA torture
Edward Snowden's lawyer, Wolfgang Kaleck, wants CIA and high-ranking US officials to be charged if they visit Europe, related to torture activities.
Time for Google Maps? TomTom makes it's way into Fiat 500X cars
TomTom are being featured once again in Fiat's new 2015 car range - when will Google make a major move in this industry?
Sony gives up on e-book market as it axes Reader devices in Europe
When supplies run out in Europe, Sony's Reader e-book devices will pretty much only be available to buy in Japan, a spokesperson has confirmed.
Europe slams Apple over misleading in-app purchases
While Google proposed changes to in-app purchases, Europe claims it has had no firm commitment from Apple.
Microsoft Bing offers users right to be forgotten in Europe
Microsoft's Bing search engine now offers Europeans the ability to be forgotten.
Antenna patent ruling threatens Motorola products in Europe
A German court has ruled in favor of laser specialist LPKF, which claims it has the rights to key antenna technology in Motorola handsets.
Google's EU right to be forgotten starts censoring UK news
Now that Europe's right to be forgotten is in full force, Google has removed news articles from its search listings.
Europe cuts cell roaming charges in all territories
As part of plans to reform Europe's communications, cheaper call rates across all countries for phoning, text messages and data have been implemented.
Nearly half of European organisations prevent personal data access
Almost half of European organisations examined in a new study have been found to be engaging in restrictive data practices.
Irish court raises questions on Facebook's relationship with NSA
Following allegations Facebook cooperated with the NSA, an Irish court has passed a request to the European Court of Justice.
Google's Chromecast will make its journey to the UK within weeks
Google will finally take its Chromecast international and launch in the UK on March 1st.