Japan: Paperless Scanner, Vision of the Future
It's the ultimate in a paperless future - a scanner that reproduces digitally.
Japan's technology giant, Fujitsu, has been showcasing their vision of the future in Tokyo.
Hong Kong: Art Basel Arrives in Asia
Art Basel, the world's leading art exhibition, makes its debut in Asia this year despite facing the slowing growth in the industry.
Christened 'Art Basel in Hong Kong', the fair is set to become one of the most anticipated events in the global art calendar.
Germany: Slice of Apple History Up for Grabs
Have you got the latest gadget yet ? The newest tablet or the next generation smartphone?
What about an Apple 1 computer ?
Never heard of it ! It was the latest thing in 1976 ......and now a rare working example can be yours for around 200,000 - 300,000 Euros ( US$ 260,000 - 400,000).
USA: Biofuel Research May Keep Tobacco Industry from Going Up in Smoke
The troubled tobacco industry may be getting some good news for a change.
US scientists are engineering the tobacco plant to produce oils that, when extracted, can serve as biofuels to power airplanes, cars, trucks and other machines.