Three tech giants – Intel, Deutsche Telekom and Cisco – have created a joint accelerator program and are giving promising IoT startups from the EMEA region a chance to participate, no strings attached.
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.
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.
Tech.eu is partnering with a new pitching event called IoT Stars, which will take place on Monday, March 2 during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Internet of Things startups can still apply!
If you’re looking for some gift inspiration for the upcoming holidays, Charmaine Li has you covered: here are 10 European tech gadgets and services that you should consider as a gift for your loved ones.
An impromptu interview with Jaime Jorge, co-founder of Portuguese startup Codacy, moments after the company won this year’s startup pitching competition at the Web Summit in Dublin.
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?