People are starting companies at increasingly younger ages across the globe, but Europe is trailing in that department. We asked some exceptional, young European entrepreneurs how to change that.
According to a new landing page, crowdfunding platform Kickstarter is gearing up for its first launch to project creators in continental Europe, tackling The Netherlands first and “very soon”.
Gender inequality, particularly in the technology industry, is an enormous problem, also in Europe. Alex Barrera takes a look at a number of organisations and initiatives that are trying to change the ratio.
Vienna, Austria-based startup indoo.rs has built a demo app for Google Glass, showcasing how its technology could be used for indoor navigation, positioning and a slew of location-based services.
Oradian aims to disrupt micro-financing, with a broader vision of serving the “bottom billion”. Tech.eu contributor Ivo Spigel is the first to report on the project as it comes out of stealth mode.
Mobile games maker Wooga‘s co-founder and CEO, Jens Begemann, tells us more about the shift currently underway at the company, to adapt to the hit-driven nature of the mobile gaming industry.