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EU Competition Commissioner Vestager 'The Auto Industry Is a High Priority'

EU Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager, 49, has made a name for herself by taking on Google, Apple and Starbucks. She talks to DER SPIEGEL about her current investigation into possible automaker collusion and Facebook's responsibilities to its users. Von Peter Müller und Isabell Hülsen
28. November 2017, 16:32 Uhr

Game for the Wealthy The Ongoing Battle against Tax Havens

The Paradise Papers offer only the most recent look into the widespread practice of tax avoidance. Governments around the world have taken steps recently to block such strategies, but it is unclear whether they will ultimately be successful. Von Christian Reiermann
10. November 2017, 18:04 Uhr

The Electric Shock E-Mobility Gets Existential for German Carmakers

The automobile of the future drives autonomously and runs on batteries. Daimler, VW and BMW, which have waited dangerously long to join the trend, are on the verge of the biggest upheaval in their history. Can the reboot succeed? Von Simon Hage und Dietmar Hawranek
21. Januar 2017, 00:00 Uhr

Neuer Toyota Prius Evolutiönchen

Im Herzen Revoluzzer, aber aussehen wie ein reisender Vertreter - das war bislang das Konzept des Toyota Prius. Die nächste Generation soll das ändern. Wenn auch in kleinen Schritten. Von Tom Grünweg
20. November 2015, 10:44 Uhr

Martinshorn-Warner Leuchten statt tröten

Wer im Auto laut Radio hört, läuft Gefahr, Martinshörner zu überhören. Eine Erfindung von Karlsruher Studenten macht auf die Sirenen von Einsatzfahrzeugen aufmerksam - per Leuchtdiode. Von Stefan Simons
31. Oktober 2014, 12:12 Uhr

Apple verschenkt neues U2-Album Tränen im Junkmail-Ordner

Marketing-Allianz im Zeichen des Pathos-Pop: Ungefragt haben U2 via Apple einer halben Milliarde Menschen ihr neues Album "Songs of Innocence" geschenkt - aber was hat Heulboje Bono den iTunes-Nutzern musikalisch zu bieten? Von Felix Bayer
10. September 2014, 17:44 Uhr

Telecoms Boss US 'Should Abide by European Privacy Rules'

The head of German Internet giant Deutsche Telekom has criticized European reaction to the NSA spying scandal and demanded the EU set international privacy standards. US technology players also published an open letter calling for major changes to spying laws.
9. Dezember 2013, 15:24 Uhr

Chaos Computer Club Hackers Crack Apple's Fingerprint Scanner

Apple recently launched the latest top-end model of its wildly successful iPhone, the 5S, to much fanfare. But a German hacker organization has thrown a wrench in the works by bypassing the smartphone's much-heralded fingerprint scanner just two days after launch.
23. September 2013, 12:11 Uhr

iSpy How the NSA Accesses Smartphone Data

The US intelligence agency NSA has been taking advantage of the smartphone boom. It has developed the ability to hack into iPhones, android devices and even the BlackBerry, previously believed to be particularly secure. Von Marcel Rosenbach, Laura Poitras und Holger Stark
9. September 2013, 12:25 Uhr

Privacy Scandal NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data

SPIEGEL has learned from internal NSA documents that the US intelligence agency has the capability of tapping user data from the iPhone, devices using Android as well as BlackBerry, a system previously believed to be highly secure.
7. September 2013, 18:00 Uhr

Undercover Report Apple Faces Fresh Criticism of Factories

Apple might have abandoned manufacturing supplier Foxconn in the wake of a scandal over deplorable working conditions in its Chinese factories, but it seems that labor rights violations are also rife at Pegatron, its new partner. Von Hilmar Schmundt und Bernhard Zand
29. Juli 2013, 17:28 Uhr

Radical Reform Dutch iPad Schools Seek to Transform Education

Plenty of schools use iPads. But what if the entire education experience were offered via tablet computer? That is what several new schools in the Netherlands plan to do. There will be no blackboards or schedules. Is this the end of the classroom? Von Marco Evers
28. Juni 2013, 16:11 Uhr

The World from Berlin 'Steve Jobs Did Century-Defining Work'

The death of Apple founder Steve Jobs this week has unleashed an outpouring of grief around the world with many hailing him for having revolutionized our understanding of technology. German commentators enter the fray on Friday.
7. Oktober 2011, 14:06 Uhr