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  • This Week On The TC Europe Podcast: 4G In Europe, Twitter’s New French Office And European Exits

    This Week On The TC Europe Podcast: 4G In Europe, Twitter’s New French Office And European Exits

    It’s already the second episode of our weekly radio show! This is the TechCrunch Europe Podcast, wherein we European writers discuss tech news, as well as what’s happening in our startup scene. This week, Apple acquired Swedish company AlgoTrim, ARM snatched Sensinode and Docomo bought Austrian e-commerce platform Fine Trade. What does it mean for European startups? Join Natasha… Read More

  • Google’s Nexus 4 Coming To Three In The UK December 13 On Contract And Pre-Paid Plans

    Google’s Nexus 4 Coming To Three In The UK December 13 On Contract And Pre-Paid Plans

    Google is bringing the Nexus 4 to another carrier in the UK, expanding availability to Three after debuting the device with O2 as its initial partner in that country. The Android 4.2-powered smartphone will be available starting December 13 on Three, either on a £35 per month contract with an upfront cost of just £29 on the One Plan, or pre-paid for £399.99. Read More

  • Skype phone lands in the UK

    Good news for our readers across the pond today. Skype and mobile provider 3 have partnered on a handset that will allow you to make free Skype calls using your account. Bearing a striking resemblance to NETGEAR’s SPH-101 Skype WiFi phone, the phone will cost 49.99 pounds (about $102) on a pay-as-you-go plan and goes on sale Friday, November 2nd. Get this though: if you’re already a… Read More

  • Nvidia Does SLI Threeway

    It had to happen. Just when you’ve saved up enough money for dual-SLI cards, Nvidia is going to announce the availability of SLI x3. Rumor has it Nvidia will be announcing the new technology sometime at the end of Feb.—just in time for CeBIT. The question is, how long will it take for mobos to begin appearing with three PCI-E slots? And more importantly, how much would such… Read More