German online gaming giant Bigpoint has dismissed about 120 employees and is set to close its office in San Francisco, with founder and CEO Heiko Hubertz also set to stand down from the top role.
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Getting a cleaner can be the best decision people can make. And now German startup Putzpimmel is ramping up the housekeeping industry, offering their customers cleaners along with a little extra excitement.
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A couple of weeks ago CNN Money wrote an article on seven cities they thought would be thriving as startup hubs in the future. On this list was the capital of Denmark – Copenhagen.
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Guest Post San Francisco: the city of weirdos. It’s got such a collection of nerds, hipsters, millionaires, crack addicts, etc. that no one even notices when a random blogger gets repeatedly slapped in the face at a coffee shop.
Guest Post When we reviewed the initial survey results, we thought something must be wrong. The Indian numbers could not have increased so dramatically.
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Guest Post Since the announcement yesterday that Japan-based Softbank is making a bid for majority control of Sprint-Nextel, the analysts have been busy churning through the implications. But the simplest and clearest one is this: The US wireless market will no longer be a tightly-controlled duopoly.
Guest Post Often forgotten in the great Google v. Apple Map war of 2012 is another challenger -- a platform that is far more suited for the ever-evolving needs of developers and the services they’re building, or one day hope to build: OpenStreetMap.
Guest Post I can’t remember how many times at Smart Bear I tried to sell Code Collaborator with the argument that it “saves you money.” And customers demanded it — some even required that we produce an ROI spreadsheet. But this argument never worked. Not once.
German peer-to-peer taxi app startup myTaxi has announced expansion into the US – starting with Washington DC and with other cities set to follow.
French online music company Deezer today revealed what it intends to do first with its fresh $130 million funding from Warner Music Group owner Access Industries.
Berlin-based Txtr, a major European ebook services company today released what it claims is the world’s smallest e-reader – the Txtr Beagle.