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With drones, AI and e-vehicles, China crafts green-tech megalopolis

Entrepreneur Tony Verb is on a mission to promote technology that can help make cities greener and smarter in China’s Greater Bay Area, now being shaped as a low-carbon megalopolis.

WiFi but no water: Can smart tech help a city’s poor?

In the picturesque Barcelona district of El Born, residents can get a better night’s sleep nowadays because garbage trucks pass only when bins in the street are full, thanks to high-tech sensors that detect when they need to be emptied.

Build fast, fix later: speed hurts quality at Tesla, some workers say

After Tesla's Model S sedans and Model X SUVs roll off the company's Fremont, California assembly line, the electric vehicles usually make another stop.

Germany embraces glitzy offices to shake up corporate culture

Major German companies are investing in ambitious new buildings designed to attract top staff and encourage innovation, seeking to create a more dynamic corporate culture and keep pace with US rivals despite investor concerns about the cost.

Airbnb selects its most Star Wars-inspired properties

From an off-grid earthship carved into the desert of New Mexico to circular pods in Thailand and earth domes in California reminiscent of the planet Tatooine, Airbnb has collected Star Wars-inspired properties across its network that are located in a galaxy that’s actually not so far away.

Hitachi, Teliti in datacentre partnership

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bHitachi Data Systems (HDS) is working with local datacentre expert Teliti Sdn Bhd to build a datacentre, which will deliver cloud-computing services to businesses, when completed.

Towering example of green

Welcome to GTower Hotel. It's built from the ground up to make less of an impact on the environment.

Building the biggest green datacentre in Asia

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Networking giant Cisco Malaysia has partnered with Teliti Datacentres, a local systems integrator, to build what they claim will be the largest green datacentre in Asia.