People waited for an Apple Store to open in downtown Shanghai on Friday.
Staff members cheer as customers enter an Apple Store in Shanghai.
Media crew members crowd around a display case containing a range of Apple Watches during a press preview at an upscale department store in Tokyo.
A display case with the Apple Watch in different colors at an Apple Store in Berlin.
The Apple Watch was available for pre-order online and to try out in stores - but not to take home.
Hopefully you're looking at this picture gallery on your iPad because then you'd be seeing the Apple Watch through the lens of an iPhone through the screen of your Apple tablet. *So meta.*
Apple Watches are stored in a very symmetric drawer at an Apple Store in Beijing.
A man wearing cardboard hat depicting an Apple Watch reacts after the smartwatch went on display at an Apple Store in Tokyo.
The US and Russia have publicly committed to an orbiting lunar base called Deep Space Gateway. The keyword there? Orbiting. German astronaut Thomas Reiter tells DW why we're not aiming for moon dust just yet.
An American spacecraft, laden with European gear, will be the first to study the deep interior of Mars. InSight will give us a better understanding of how rocky, terrestrial planets like our own formed.
Amazon is accused of a "systematic and coordinated" scheme to lure eBay's sellers since 2015. In the lawsuit, eBay claims that Amazon representatives targeted their sellers in the US and around the world.
Aleida and Jan Assmann rejected the AfD's recent attempts to downplay Germany's Nazi past and Alexander Gauland's 'bird shit' remark. The pair said that 'not every dissenting opinion deserves respect.'
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