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Following protests from taxi drivers, Berlin’s courts have ruled that the Uber service does not comply with federal transport laws.
Berlin’s salaries are well below the German average, as research by Compensation-Online has shown.
Although Google has already created a fix to the Heartbleed security flaw, millions of older Android smartphones remain vulnerable to hacking.
The UK’s intelligence agency is the latest subject of a work of street art by anonymous artist Banksy. The mural depicts three conspicuous spies eavesdropping a telephone booth with large recording devices.
Berlin’s young startups and research teams stand to profit from the latest round of EU funding.
Berlin-based startup dailyme has expanded its cooperation with the BBC: now more than 50 BBC pr
It’s been a very selfieish week.
The photographer behind the iconic Windows XP desktop photo has revealed how he took his world-famous photo Bliss.
WebMagazin’s first bilingual print magazine has arrived. And it looks pretty damn good.
It’s the biggest security vulnerability the internet has ever seen.
Various major labels are reportedly preparing to collaborate for a legal action against Soundcloud.
If Willy Wonka had a factory for making mobile games, it would be something like the Wooga offices in Berlin.
When learning a new language, many smartphone users like to change their phone into that language.
A study by Germany’s Bundesnetzagentur has shown that most internet users in Berlin are surfing at slower speeds than promised by their providers.
Twitter and Amazon have been criticised by a Greenpeace report on “clean clicking”.
A recent survey by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine has proven that sitting for longer periods of time increases the risk of heart disease and cancer.
Microsoft's annual Build conference for developers launches today in San Fransisco. For the rest of the week, Microsoft will be presenting a variety of product updates to a large audience of press, partners and developers.
With the acquisition of WhatsApp, Facebook has not only brought on board a popular messenger, but has also gotten rid of one of its big competitors.
Following legal pressure from LinkedIn, the Chrome plugin Sell Hack has removed its controversial LinkedIn hacking function.