Streaming stars: why live broadcasts direct from users' living rooms are a hit with Chinese audiences; how refugees in Germany can study online; and art by artificial intelligence: how to print an "original" Rembrandt.
It's one planet, a mega-constellation of satellites, one web. Like internet for everyone, anywhere. Sounds great. Right?
The EU's plan to overhaul its online copyright law aims to further restrict internet content. But claims of fraud and censorship are overblown, says Bernd Riegert. And we'll still be able to enjoy cat memes.
Jack Ma, the billionaire co-founder of China's largest e-commerce company Alibaba, has announced he is stepping down as executive chairman. Ma has said he intends to focus his efforts on education and philanthropy.
The film "The Keeper" tells the story of Bert Trautmann, a German prisoner of war who became a football legend in England. He literally broke his neck to secure Manchester City's FA Cup Final victory in 1956.
The Leipzig Book Fair is attracting more and more international exhibitors. What draws them here? What books have they brought? What are the big issues this year? Who's being celebrated? And -- most importantly -- how is the book industry doing?
Currently touring New Zealand, the Russian feminist punk group had a performance planned in Christchurch on Friday. The band is also banned from entering Brazil, which was the next stop on their international tour.
In 2022, the international art show held every five years in Kassel will be curated by a collective of artists from Indonesia. The German press is already questioning whether the group is up to the monumental task.
What started as an online student directory aimed at ranking women by their looks quickly grew into the world's most popular social media platform. But as DW's Courtney Tenz argues, we might be happier Facebook free.
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