Accelerators are an increasingly important factor for European early-stage startups, but precious little hard data is available about their impact. Seed-DB and Nesta conducted research to change that.
A long rant about why people should resist the urge to boast about their local tech startup scene with unnecessary and counter-productive hyperbole – because it doesn’t really help anyone at all.
Facebook this morning announced the appointment of a new general manager, who will be charged with bolstering its Israeli operations: meet business woman and angel investor Adi Soffer Teeni.
In a surprise move, small Belgian startup Radionomy recently took Winamp and SHOUTcast off AOL’s hands. We wondered what’s going to happen next, so we visited the company to ask its CEO.
London startup Cloud 66, which allows developers to provision, deploy and start managing Ruby on Rails apps on any cloud within minutes, has secured $500,000 in seed funding to spur growth.
Predictably, journalists and analysts are branding Swedish-British game developer King a one-hit wonder as it prepares to go public. There’s something to be said for that, but there’s also a flip side.
Uber is clashing with the Brussels government over its recent launch of ride-sharing service UberPOP in the city. The company now says the authorities are playing games, and spreading misinformation.