Google has sold mobile phone division Motorola for a fraction of what it paid two years ago. We recap the story, then ask New York correspondent Jens Korte about the iconic cybergiant's current state.
The world's biggest maker of personal computers saw its revenue fall for the first time in six years due to slumping PC and smartphone sales at the end of last year, sending its shares down in Hong Kong.
The US tech giant seeks to jump on up-and-coming technology trends with a new "smart" home speaker, and device features touching on virtual reality, online privacy and a form of artificial intelligence.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared 500 and 1000-rupee banknotes as invalid overnight. Reactions from Indian citizens to the decision ranged from a panic of buying to calmly accepting the inconvenience.
Despite considerable publicity, a German-language portal mixing racism and firearms is still online. DW's Jefferson Chase is appalled and tries to figure out why something so odious is still freely available in Germany.
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