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Check out these trailers and review scores for an exceptionally high quality crop of video game releases this past fortnight, an especially welcome batch for those of us stuck at home with free time on our hands.
Visitors to the Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau, an indigenous tribe living deep in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, must first request permission by email, which is printed out and hand-delivered to local leaders. Yet while just one of the tribe's nine villages is connected to the outside world via precarious radio-based wifi, other technology is being deployed to protect their remote forests from invaders.
As flames and smoke from burning bushes billowed towards them, Catalan firefighters calmly controlled the progress of a planned fire on a forested hillside – an exercise aimed at reducing the danger of blazes breaking out later in the summer heat.
Tesla Inc got approval from a German court on Feb 20 to continue to cut down forest near the capital Berlin to build its first European car and battery factory, in a defeat for local environmental activists.
A new game, released last week for PCs and Macs, argues that we should embrace the ghosts of former lovers.
US electric car pioneer Tesla has agreed to buy a property on the outskirts of Berlin, bringing it a step closer to opening its first European factory, local authorities said on Jan 19.
Around 250 Germans on Jan 18 protested in the outskirts of Berlin where electric car startup Tesla is planning to build a gigafactory, saying its construction will endanger water supply and wildlife in the area.
In the 1980's Brazil's first indigenous Congressman, Xavante chief Juruna, went around with a recorder to tape conversations with other politicians because he said the white man's word was not to be trusted.
Can artificial intelligence and tech industry project management techniques help the film and TV industry to create more hits?
Chinese blogger fans flames of controversy by blaming ‘lazy and unpatriotic’ Australians for bush fires
Post contrasting China’s handling of the 1987 Daxinganling wildfire with the current situation in Australia prompts vigorous debate. Comments that blame fires on ‘human rights and democracy’ face criticism for turning a Chinese disaster into patriotic ‘song of triumph’ to gain clicks online.