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With the Cambridge Analytica scandal, data privacy finally hit the mainstream. In Berlin there's a long tradition of fighting for data protection that reaches back to the pre-digital era. It's worth taking a look at that history. more

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In the fight against the tech giant’s planned move to Kreuzberg, local anti-gentrification activists and expat anti-surveillance hacktivists have found a common enemy. more

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The average user checks their smartphone 88 times per day. So what’s all this constant connection doing to our heads? Berlin’s foremost expert on smartphone use and mental health, Charité's Dr. Jan Kalbitzer, gives us his surprising answer: Not much! more

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Wondering what Berlin's start-ups are actually producing? Or just nostalgic for the Skymall catalogue? Either way, the Start-Up Guide Store is for you. more

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Just how much can you rely on your weather app? And how do they work, anyway? more

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Seeking a change from Foodora and Deliveroo, we tried out three Berlin start-ups that promise healthy eating for your Sunday hangover. more

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Single, female and ready to start making money off of it? Try Ohlala, the Berlin dating app where men pay for the pleasure of your company. more

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The Berlin-based virtual reality app Splash recently returned victorious from South by Southwest. But can its product possibly live up to the tidal wave of hype surrounding it? more

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Digitalwerkstatt is producing the next generation of programmers by holding coding workshops for kids. Parents take note! more

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Anna Alex and Julia Bösch of online personal stylist The Outfittery.

Flowers, fashion, periods: why Berlin’s start-up scene sticks to traditional gender roles, and what can be done about it. more

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Looking for a job in tech? Startup Safary will take you hunting for your dream career as 60 start-ups, including big names like Number26 and Dubsmash, open their doors to 1000 participants Apr 29-30. We had a chat with its founder and CEO. more

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