Bas van Abel and the Fairphone team are on a mission: making the world a ‘better place’ by building a very real smartphone manufacturing company. Will you ditch your Samsung for the new Fairphone 2?
We recently paid a visit to the Amsterdam offices of 3D Hubs, which is building a network of 3D printers worldwide, and had an interesting chat with co-founder Brian Garret about the startup’s plans.
Once a niche activity for hardcore ‘makers’, 3D printing is now being democratised by big companies and scores of startups. Charmaine Li identifies 10 interesting European companies in this space.
Rome-based hardware startup Solenica wants to – quite literally – bring more sunshine into your life with its ‘Lucy’ robot. We had a chat with founder and CEO Diva Tommei to learn more about its plans.
In this guest post, Bulgaria-based entrepreneur Ivaylo Kalburdzhiev shares his roller-coaster experience of launching a startup, named KOLOS, and the lessons he’s picked up from the failed venture.
As Finnish startup Jolla prepares to start shipping its crowd-funded tablet before the end of June, its co-founder and CTO Stefano Mosconi explains to Tech.eu why they are actually a software company.
Recently, Dutch eyewear brand Ace & Tate popped up on the European online optical retail scene – could it become Europe’s answer to hip US eyewear company Warby Parker? Charmaine Li digs in.