Today sees the launch of - cue the ‘get a grip’ jokes - GRIP, which is short for ‘Google Redress & Integrity Platform’. No, it’s not another Google service or a Google+ replacement, but rather a platform that caters to the American online search and advertising giant’s European adversaries. To wit, the platform aims to […]
Tech.eu contributor Victoria Vzyatysheva has compiled a list of 10 interesting European startups focused on ‘agritech’, or technology that caters to the needs of the global agriculture industry.
All the information and data below can found in our weekly newsletter (sent every Friday afternoon) as well, but just to showcase that Europe doesn’t come to a complete standstill in July-August: these are 10 sizeable funding rounds announced in the past week alone: - European online auction house Catawiki (NL) raised $82 million in […]
Mike Weston, CEO of data science consultancy Profusion, contributed a guest post to Tech.eu to discuss how tech companies can navigate the shifting sands of privacy regulations in Europe.
Good news (for most). After marathon negotiations between the European Council, Commission and Parliament, led by the Latvian presidency of the Council in its final days, a provisional deal on new rules governing open Internet (net neutrality) and the abolishment of roaming surcharges was reached in the wee hours of 30 June. That means the […]
According to research from GP Bullhound, Europe has produced 13 technology companies valued at $1 billion+ in the last year. Neil Murray lists the latest ‘unicorns’ to come out of Europe.
Tech.eu presents the results of a recent online survey and workshop on the Digital Single Market, a self-described priority for the European Commission, and how it could impact tech startups across the EU.