At 12+ years old, you can’t really call Shazam a startup with a straight face anymore. Still, with 100 million active users it’s one of London’s premier technology companies – so we paid them a visit.
As the pool of digital music startups continues to grow with the ever-evolving music landscape, we thought it was time to highlight 15 European-grown companies making waves in the industry.
Russian digital music streaming service provider Zvooq is today announcing a $20 million Series A financing round that will come in handy to fight off Spotify – and rampant piracy in Russia.
Spotify this week announced that it has 40 million active users around the world, but the company is actively looking to increase that number. Meanwhile, here’s an inside look at their Stockholm HQ.
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.
London-based music streaming startup Bloom.fm is hitting the deadpool after its sole investor, a Russian broadcaster, decided to stop financially supporting the company. Is it game over?
In a surprise move, small Belgian startup Radionomy recently took Winamp and SHOUTcast off AOL’s hands. We wondered what’s going to happen next, so we visited the company to ask its CEO.