DW's with a swag of reporters at Hanover Fair 2015, one of the biggest for tech industry developments. The theme: 'Make in India.' But let's be honest - it's the rollercoaster chair that's got everyone talking.
India's visiting prime minister and Chancellor Angela Merkel have called for closer commercial cooperation between the two countries. India is the partner nation to this year's industrial trade fair in Hanover. (13.04.2015)
No other wearable device has caused as big a stir as the Apple Watch. Reviews of its functionality and utility have been mixed, but that hasn't stopped Apple fans from lining up around the world to catch a first glimpse. (10.04.2015)
This year's edition of the CeBIT computer fair is over. Officially, the organizers are pleased with how it went. But DW's Henrik Böhme thinks that the fair, in its current form, has outlived its usefulness. (20.03.2015)
Two years ago, the voracious caterpillar emerged in southern Africa. Since then, it has spread to 38 countries on the continent. The World Food and Agricultural Organization is warning of imminent crop failures.
With increasing developments in artificial intelligence, fear of the unknown is growing. DW has spoken to Professor Zoubin Ghahramani who works with AI - and knows all about its pros and cons.
LED lights are saving a lot of energy. But this type of light contains more blue and cold colors. This means that the sky above our cities is getting brighter and brighter - a phenomenon called light pollution.
Sunday is World Toilet Day. No invention has saved more lives. Still, 4.5 billion people live without functioning sanitation systems each day.
A German regulator has banned the sale of children's smartwatches that have one-way monitoring functions. Officials said parents had been using the watches to listen in on teachers while their children were in class.
Scientists have said that Ross 128b has a similar mass and surface temperature to that of Earth. Of the thousands of planets discovered outside the solar system, only 50 exhibit Earth-like conditions.
Everyone knows diabetes. Those who suffer from it have to inject themselves with insulin every day and have strict dietary restrictions - right? Not quite. Time to clear up some prejudices with DW's fact check.
The eye of Africa is a huge rock formation in the Sahara that is visible from space. But some mystery still surrounds its origins.
An environmental group has failed in its legal bid to stop the controversial expansion of Germany's biggest lignite mine. Activists say the operation threatens the Hambach forest, home to a number of endangered species.
After more than a month at sea, the Ocean College students are getting used to live on board the Regina Maris, as Lennard writes.
"If anybody is saying there is no harm in the change of the climate, they need to have their head examined" — Solly Msimanga, Mayor of the City of Tshwane, South Africa
Anton Schlecker, the founder of the once ubiquitous European drugstore chain, stands accused of embezzlement and other crimes in connection with the insolvency of his company.
German farms will have to keep book on fertilizers and waste dung under tougher rules adopted by Germany's second parliamentary chamber. Brussels has long demanded remedies because of rising nitrate levels in waterways.
A new Australian work and travel platform and app called Bozzii hopes to connect local and migrant jobseekers to potential employers. It promises to stand up to the widespread practice of underpaying casual workers.
German premium car manufacturer BMW has announced it will spend hundreds of millions of euros on a new battery cell competence center. The company wants to have more options should e-cars hit the mass market.
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