More and more areas of our lives have become paper-free and in the hands of computers. Scientists can even 3D print prosthetics, and printed food could be next on the menu.
Some German schools are lucky to have a single computer in classrooms; others boast all the latest gadgets. Researchers for Bertelsmann have called for bigger investments in tech, but some teachers strongly disagree.
Kraftwerk expertly mixed an electronic sound with a human touch. Former member Karl Bartos tells DW how the unique ensemble wrote its music before computers went mainstream - and why cycling hurt their style.
Technology can measure your heart rate while jogging, tell you which way to turn when driving and so on. But the entrepreneurs at the Cube Tech Fair in Berlin are betting on bigger things, says DW's Timothy Rooks.
Tipped off by Twitter: police and government agencies are learning to use social media. Hooked on computer gaming: when the virtual world becomes addictive. And on Exit: evolutionary face painting.
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