The online food ordering wars in Europe are heating up: Just-Eat just went public and boasts a £1.37 billion ($2.3 billion) market cap, while Takeaway.com just overtook Germany’s Lieferando and raised $103 million. Cue Delivery Hero, which has just announced that it has raised another $85 million in funding in a Series F round, after […]
Twitter has put Thomas de Buhr (Twitter profile) at the helm of its German operations, report The Wall Street Journal and various German media. The 45-year old Hamburg resident spent the last five years working for Google, most recently as its ‘Director of Branding’. His job as Twitter Germany’s new managing director? To ramp up […]
Spanish tech company Tuenti, whose mobile communication apps are used by up to 6 million people, has updated its iOS app to include a free voice-over-IP (VoIP) calling feature. Tuenti’s iOS VoIP service is compatible with Android, Chrome and Opera. Difficult not to see the move in light of the impending addition of free voice […]
Tech.eu took a deep dive into all the available data on European tech company exits in the first quarter of this year. Google was the most active acquirer; and US companies sure like to come shopping here.
European gaming company King has teamed up with Internet giant Tencent to bring its hit mobile game Candy Crush Saga to China this summer, via Tencent’s Mobile QQ and Weixin Game Centers.
The Commercial Court in Brussels has ruled that Uber is no longer allowed to offer ride-sharing service UberPOP in the capital of Europe, following complaints of unfair competition by mad taxi companies.