Car sales Boost by 26.6% in the Previous Month of Scrappage

Car sales Boost by 26.6% in the Previous Month of Scrappage

The concluding days of the Government's scrappage plan led to a 26.6% increase in sales of new cars throughout March, though, new registrations continue to stay down on long-term comparisons.

Chrysler to Stop Production of Dodge Viper

Chrysler to Stop Production of Dodge Viper

The car manufacturing company Chrysler has made an announcement that it will stop the production of the Dogde Viper. In its lieu, a new sports car will be launched in the market by 2012. It is expected that this new sports car will be produced in collaboration with Fiat.

House Prices Increase 1.1% as Market Counterbalances

House Prices Increase 1.1% as Market Counterbalances

In March, house prices increased by 1.1%, as twists to the housing marketplace caused by the awful weather and the alteration in the stamp duty threshold in January started evening out.

Problem of Climate Change Discussed in Germany

Problem of Climate Change Discussed in Germany

Ministers from the Philippines will be joining some 200 contemporaries in Bonn, Germany, from April 9 to 11, for talks on environment and climate change.

Greece’s Miseries Hit European Stocks

Greece’s Miseries Hit European Stocks

European stocks had fallen by 1.2% around noontime on Thursday, the market's steepest one-day decrease in six weeks, as invigorated qualms over Greek liability beat banking stocks.

Digital Economy Bill Passed by MPs

Digital Economy Bill Passed by MPs

The bill had been passed by 189 votes to 47 and has also been able to keep the maximum number of its original clauses unbroken.

The controversial Bill aims to restrain online piracy, along with a number of other chief policies, all with the intention of motivating the UK’s digital financial system.

Another China-Based Hack Uncovered by Canadian Researchers

Another China-Based Hack Uncovered by Canadian Researchers

A team of Canadian researchers stated on Tuesday that a network based in China hacked in to the systems of the Indian military and stole its secrets, compromised the systems of the Dalai Lama's office and computer systems in different regions around the world as a part of what they called "an elaborate cyber espionage scheme".

Fourth Mobile Operator in Singapore “Highly Unlikely”: Analysts

Fourth Mobile Operator in Singapore “Highly Unlikely”: Analysts

Analysts in Singapore have stated that the introduction of a fourth mobile operator in the country is "highly unlikely" to happen.

The comments come after a Business Times report stated yesterday that the Government considering to introduce a fourth mobile operator in the future.

Volkswagen's Passat CC Model Revamped

Volkswagen's Passat CC Model Revamped

Volkswagen's Passat CC has been revamped, and will now sport an extra rear seat which will increase its seating capacity to five adults.

Boingo Announces Unlimited Wi-Fi Services Throughout UK

Boingo Announces Unlimited Wi-Fi Services Throughout UK

Boingo Wireless has declared new unlimited Wi-Fi tariffs throughout the UK.

The leading provider of Wi-Fi hotspots in the world, Boingo Wireless has more than 5,000 hotspots in the UK.

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