I’ve been to a lot of tech and media conference in my day, but this week marked the first time I attended the annual Digital – Life – Design (DLD) Conference in Munich, Germany.
Local ecommerce company Groupon recently acquired a small online couponing startup in India called SoSasta (which I’m told means ‘very cheap’). But the real leader in India’s digital coupon space is actually SnapDeal, which currently boasts over 1 million subscribers and has roughly 70 percent market share.
Murdoch touched on everything from its relationship with Google and Apple, to paywalls for online newspapers, iPad applications and more.
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I’m currently at the DLD Conference in Munich, Germany, which is host to a whole lot of tech luminaries, executives, startups, press and investors alike.
The organization has provided every attendee with access to a… → Read More
Q: It’s always been quite hard for local merchants to be found. How do you look at the differences between your companies in trying to solve that problem?
Dennis: We’re more about loyalty, aiding businesses who want to reward regular… → Read More
In a panel on ‘Open Innovation’ at the DLD Conference, moderated by Fast Company’s Linda Tischler, Google’s Marissa Mayer was asked about Eric Schmidt‘s transition to a new role at the company, handing over the reins to co-founder Larry Page.
For a long time, Google has been run by a triumvirate, and last week we announced a reshuffling. It’s important to stress that roles have changed… → Read More
After Kirkpatrick was done promoting his book a couple of times, he commenced the interview as follows: → Read More
I bumped into a cool startup in the hallways at the DLD Conference in Munich, and figured there’s only one good way to share what they’re building with you: shooting a quick video.
Tomorrow at the DLD Conference in Munich, mobile apps developer Outfit7 is set to announce that its iOS and Android apps have hit the 60 million downloads milestone, mere weeks after hitting 41 million. In fact, over 1 million downloads were logged on Christmas day alone, netting the company nearly $200,000.