A shimmering manifestation of the iconic Google Maps pin goes up on the side of a building to mark the location of a street art exhibition.
B&O designs some of the world's most stylish audio products, but the Audiophiliac was knocked out by the sound of their new in-ear headphones.
The Lego Foundation is set to open a new school in Denmark, combining global education standards with a focus on creativity and play.
Danish authorities want Microsoft to do some explaining about the Navision acquisition it made in 2002 and how that business was then accounted for.
While they look like something out of a fairy tale, cargo trikes--and the special cycle tracks they ride on--have played an integral part in Denmark's embrace of cycling.
Denmark may have electric canal boats for the tourists, and wind turbines off its shore, but coal, gas, and oil still play a large part in how the country really produces electricity.
CNET contributor Candace Lombardi visits the country and finds examples big and small of its implementation of green energy policy.
Shai Agassi's start-up and Danish utility Dong Energy secure almost $103 million in financing to build a network of battery-swapping stations in Denmark in two years.
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