Once a niche activity for hardcore ‘makers’, 3D printing is now being democratised by big companies and scores of startups. Charmaine Li identifies 10 interesting European companies in this space.
Rome-based hardware startup Solenica wants to – quite literally – bring more sunshine into your life with its ‘Lucy’ robot. We had a chat with founder and CEO Diva Tommei to learn more about its plans.
In this guest post, Bulgaria-based entrepreneur Ivaylo Kalburdzhiev shares his roller-coaster experience of launching a startup, named KOLOS, and the lessons he’s picked up from the failed venture.
As Finnish startup Jolla prepares to start shipping its crowd-funded tablet before the end of June, its co-founder and CTO Stefano Mosconi explains to Tech.eu why they are actually a software company.
Recently, Dutch eyewear brand Ace & Tate popped up on the European online optical retail scene – could it become Europe’s answer to hip US eyewear company Warby Parker? Charmaine Li digs in.
US-based drone safety consultancy firm Unmanned Experts saw so much interest in their unmanned aerial vehicle training courses in Sweden that they’re bringing them to Europe for the first time.
Tech.eu recently sat down with Cédric Hutchings, co-founder and chief exec of France-based smart devices maker Withings, to talk about its latest product, the Activité smartwatch, and more.