Israeli nanotech startup StoreDot claims it can develop batteries that will enable people to charge their smartphones in under a minute. Investors just bet $42m on that claim, so we went and checked it out.
We paid a visit to the offices of Stockholm, Sweden-headquartered Narrative, the maker of a tiny camera that you can clip on to automatically capture almost every moment of your day. Creepy or not?
Tech.eu went to pay a visit to Teenage Engineering, the idiosyncratic hardware startup run out of a garage in Stockholm, Sweden, despite its international acclaim and growing sales for its products.
In a matter of months, German-British startup Lock8 claimed victory at TechCrunch’s European startup competition, kicked ass on Kickstarter and landed funding from big VCs. What gives?
An increasing number of entrepreneurs all across Europe are diving into the world of lean hardware, head first, and coming up with great products. Here’s 50 of the most exciting ones we could find.
Danish startup Airtame garnered global attention from press, peers and the public for its wireless HDMI dongle, resulting in a successful crowdfunding campaign with over $1,2 million raised.
Think 3D printing is new? Please. Materialise founder and CEO Wilfried Vancraen bought his first 3D printer in 1990, and saw the future. Almost 25 years and 900 employees later, his company is thriving.