Germany

  • Fintech’s Five Dark-Horse Cities Crunch Network

    Fintech’s Five Dark-Horse Cities

    With global investment in fintech having tripled in the last five years, the financial sector is without a doubt in the midst of a revolution. The leading cities in the global fintech race are relatively unsurprising: Silicon Valley, New York, London and Hong Kong are the epicentres of the investment blast. But it’s the newcomers that are diversifying the market. Read More

  • Xiaomi To Sell Products In US And Europe Starting June 1st

    Xiaomi To Sell Products In US And Europe Starting June 1st

    Mi.com will soon sell Xiaomi products and accessories in the US and, UK, France and Germany. This comes after last week’s short soft launch of the online store. However, like before, the firm is not selling its mobile phones or tablets in these regions yet. Starting on June 1st Mi.com will offer the Mi Band activity tracker, Mi Headphones and Mi Power Bank — all decent products sold… Read More

  • Internet Privacy Is The Wrong Conversation Crunch Network

    Internet Privacy Is The Wrong Conversation

    On April 2, the Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook is in hot water with government regulators in six European countries over its practice of tracking users’ movements across the web to sell targeted advertising. The kerfuffle illustrates the bind that the world finds itself in over tracking – the collection and sharing of data on users’ browsing habits to help sites… Read More

  • Google Takes Its Amazon-Style Starred Product Ratings To Europe To Boost Shopping Searches

    Google Takes Its Amazon-Style Starred Product Ratings To Europe To Boost Shopping Searches

    While Amazon is expanding its logistics and delivery business to complement its e-commerce portal, Google is working on ways to make its search experience online more like Amazon’s to grow the number of people who use Google to look for and buy products. Today Google announced that it is turning on Product Ratings in the UK, France and Germany. Product ratings, first launched in the U.S. Read More

  • German Startup Campaigns For Personal Data API Law

    German Startup Campaigns For Personal Data API Law

    German startup Protonet, which last year raised just over $4 million via Seedmatch for its secure server product for SMEs — 8x more crowdfunding than it had originally sought — has cooked up a new initiative, and this time it’s a not-for-profit campaign lobbying for a change in European law to open up access to an individual’s personal data held by digital platforms… Read More

  • Google Quietly Rolls Out An iPad Version Of Inbox

    Google Quietly Rolls Out An iPad Version Of Inbox

    Inbox by Gmail (Google’s still-invite-only email client) seems to be a love-it-or-hate-it sort of thing, but in case you happen to fall in the “love it” camp and use an iPad: good news! Inbox is getting a proper iPad app. Read More

  • Deutsche Telekom Launches A $620M Fund For German Startups And PE Deals

    Deutsche Telekom Launches A $620M Fund For German Startups And PE Deals

    Deutsche Telekom is stepping up its game in the world of startup investing and tapping into the growing tech ecosystem coming out of its home country. Today the carrier, owner of T-Mobile, announced a new, €500 million ($620 million) fund called Deutsche Telekom Capital Parters, which it will use to invest in German startups, startups further afield, strategic private equity… Read More

  • Yelp Buys Restaurant-Kritik To Expand Its Presence In Germany

    Yelp Buys Restaurant-Kritik To Expand Its Presence In Germany

    Yelp has boosted its presence in Europe after announcing the acquisition of Restaurant-Kritik, a restaurant review service in Germany. Restaurant-Kritik claims to have over 330,000 reviews of more than 94,000 restaurants across Germany. Read More

  • German Publishers Bow To Google’s Market Power In Ongoing Text Snippets Fight

    German Publishers Bow To Google’s Market Power In Ongoing Text Snippets Fight

    A tug of war between Google and German publishers over how online news content is displayed in search results has ended in surrender (for now) for the publishers — who have grudgingly agreed the search giant can display snippets of their content without paying them for the privilege of doing so. Read More

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