Caring Communities: Why patients post about serious diseases online. Empty Promises: How to steer clear of fake online shops. And in Exit: An Italian Lego figure takes off for the stratosphere.
"Let others invent" was the Spanish slogan for a long time. However, the Spaniards are taking an unlikely lead in the latest digital revolution, becoming a focal point in Blockchain technology and the Internet of Things.
The cyberattack on Germany's government network tells us nothing new about espionage but a lot about risk in the digital age. And that calls for some rethinking, says DW’s Matthias von Hein.
German physics Nobel laureate Peter Grünberg, known for his groundbreaking work on digital data storage, has died. His research center said modern computers and smartphones would be "unthinkable" without him.
Finally, the German government has decided to focus on digitalization, four years after three ministries rolled out a joint "digital agenda." But the new chief of digital affairs will have her work cut out for her.
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