Discover here whether men or women spend more time on the Internet, and how many people in Germany actually use WhatsApp.
The journalist Julia Leeb makes news into a virtual reality experience. She ‘beams’ her viewers into the jungle or to the centre of a refugee camp.
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“Please do not touch” no longer applies! Museums let hackers loose on cultural treasures. In this way they transform historical documents into exciting apps.
Could digitalisation divide Europe? Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, examines this question at the Global Media Forum.
Once you’ve learned German, you may expect to be able to communicate with people all over the country. But with what is estimated at between 50 and 250 German dialects, you might find yourself lost when the locals open their mouths. If you are in northern Germany, you might be hearing Plattdeutsch.
Want to learn German but feel like you have no time? Download some podcasts or check out these fun websites to help practice your Deutsch during even the busiest days.
1968 in words and pictures: Six Must-Read Books in cooperation with the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Inspiration, debate and networking: Berlin becomes the centre of the digital world during re:publica. These are the topics and highlights.
The wide range of daily newspapers in Germany is a reflection of the diversity of opinions. Overview and links to important national newspapers.
Writer Ron Segal has found a moving narrative form for remembering the Holocaust. And based on it the animated film “Adam” has now gone into production.