Mobile entrepreneurs and investors representing and looking for the future of mobile were in Barcelona this week – spending most of their time at an event a few miles from Mobile World Congress.
Barcelona was host to tens of thousands people working in and for the mobile industry this week. We went to the Mobile World Congress, and captured the feel of the event with a series of photos.
After a long career at Nokia, Finnish entrepreneur Jonathan Massey started a company in Oulu. This week, the startup is announcing the launch of its messaging app alongside a seed financing round.
German media giant ProSiebenSat.1 is making a big push into mobile / online games publishing and licensing with the acquisition of Berlin-based publisher Aeria Games Europe.
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.
Silicon Valley startup Uber will make its official debut in Belgium tomorrow, launching a peer-to-peer urban ride-sharing service called UberPOP in Brussels, the de facto capital of Europe.
Amsterdam-based Booking.com, the world’s largest hotel booking site with 425,000 hotels, says the total transaction value of mobile accommodation bookings grew to over $8 billion in 2013.
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?
An increasing number of entrepreneurs all across Europe are diving into the world of lean hardware, head first, and coming up with great products. Here’s 50 of the most exciting ones we could find.
Casual gaming giant King is going public. Here are the most important facts and figures.
German startup Doo has decided to shut down its cloud-based document archiving and search apps after having raised $10 million in funding, but the team is looking to reboot and build new products.
After co-founding and serving as CTO of cloud platform company Heroku, Adam Wiggins sold it to Salesforce for a small fortune. Now, he spends his time in Europe, helping out startups. What gives?
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.