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.
Twenty years after co-founding Opera Software (and a few years after his departure), Jon von Tetzchner is at it again with Vivaldi Technologies, a startup building a Web browser for ‘power users’.
Norwegian browser maker Opera has acquired Toronto-based VPN service provider SurfEasy. Which is a little odd, given that the former software company relies on Internet advertising revenue so heavily.
Google is unifying its European business, previously split into two regional groups, and placing Matt Brittin at the helm of its EMEA-wide operations. A recap of announcements made in Brussels today.
Stockholm-based Truecaller made headlines yesterday after raising $60 million from top VCs like Sequoia Capital, KPCB and Atomico. We recently interviewed CEO Alan Mamedi in the startup’s HQ.
Berlin-based search engine startup Ecosia donates 80% of its ad revenue to planting trees. We spoke to founder Christian Kroll after the company added a high-profile co-owner and attained B Corp status.
Running up to the European Parliament elections, a heated discussion has been sparked in Germany on the market domination of Internet giants such as Google. Here’s a look at the war of words …