Matthias Mueller: VW will not replicate US diesel settlement in Europe

In a recent report, German newspaper Welt am Sonntag has revealed that Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller has made it clear that the historic $15 billion settlement of the automaker’s diesel-emission scandal in the US will not be replicated in Europe.

ESA Finalizes Rosetta’s Crash Date with Comet

The European Space Agency (ESA) has finalized the date on which Rosetta, the spacecraft that is currently in the orbit of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, will conclude its mission. The Philae robotic lander will get the company of the orbiter on September 30, 2016, when Rosetta team will make the orbiter fall straight down at high speed onto Comet 67P/C-G.

Hello Games delays ‘No Man’s Sky’ launch until August

In a Friday announcement, Hello Games has revealed that the launch of ‘No Man’s Sky’ game has been delayed until August 2016.

According to the announcement made by Hello Games, the North American launch of ‘No Man's Sky’ game has been re-scheduled to August 9; while the launch of the game in Europe and the UK is now scheduled for August 10 and August 12 respectively.

Facebook launches new Moments version in Europe and Canada

On Tuesday, Facebook announced the launch of a new, stripped-down global version of its Facebook Moments private photo-sharing app; almost one year after the availability of the app in the US in June 2015. The new version of the Moments app has been launched by Facebook in Europe and Canada.