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.
Mendeley, a startup founded by a trio of German academics, revolutionised academic publishing. Then, it was bought by incumbent Elsevier, causing concern among its users. Were they right to worry?
TransferWise co-founder Taavet Hinrikus, who was the first employee at Skype, shares his thoughts on disrupting the banking industry, Bitcoin and what’s next for the company.
Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten has been quietly staking out a sizeable footprint in Europe and beyond. Ivo Spigel reports on Rakuten’s plans for taking on Amazon and eBay on the Old Continent.
Espoo, Finland-based Angry Birds creator Rovio dreams and bets big. Not content with making waves in the mobile gaming and merchandising space, the company is looking to tackle education next.
Mobile games maker Wooga‘s co-founder and CEO, Jens Begemann, tells us more about the shift currently underway at the company, to adapt to the hit-driven nature of the mobile gaming industry.