Doing It Wrong: Irish Newspaper Licensing Organization Asks Women’s Charity To Pay For Links

An Irish women's charity, <a HREF="">Women's Aid</a>, linked to some articles on the Irish Examiner (<a HREF="

Share events the Serbian way with Plakatt

Plakatt is a new free service launching today out of Serbia which allows users to share and find events in their own city or in the region. In other words it’s an online event manager meets soci

Nosco tries to inject some startup mojo into corporates

How can you engage employees to come up with ideas and take ownership of corporate innovation? Usually startups don’t have that problem because ’employees’ are part of the innovation

Cylon precursor lives to help you discover new music

Meet MuZoid. She’s a very clever bot created by some even cleverer people; she’s all about killing all humans helping you find more music to love, CDs to buy and gigs to attend, and she do

SellaBand takes audience participation in independent music to the US

SellaBand, the social music startup which encourages music fans to invest in up-and-coming artists, is expanding its offering to the US in a deal with company CreateSpace. The deal relies o

Yahoo Mobile launches across eight countries, 300 devices

The mobile content service which Yahoo previewed at Mobile World Congress in February launched today across eight countries, available both as an iPhone app and a mobile content site optimised for 300 ventures into dark age, returns with business model, a photo sharing community site launched in private beta in March 2007, has relaunched with a slew of new features and a more clearly defined business model. Two years seems like a long time

Shock! Horror! iPhones don't make a Top 20 popularity list

Here’s something from the department of Quelle Surprise: Bango (AIM: BGO) reckons the iPhone lags behind the top 20 mobile handsets most used in browsing and buying on the mobile web. The Bango

Mars needs women! (And so does Astia)

AudioBoo out of beta, now available at App Store

AudioBoo, the audio blogging platform and iPhone app that was launched in private beta in January, is now freely available at the App Store. It’s one of 4iP’s first investments – bac

TechCrunch Dinner with Scott Rafer, CEO Lookery

UPDATE: This event is now sold out. I recently heard that Scott Rafer would be in town next week. Scott is a Silicon Valley Internet entrepreneur, CEO of Lookery (CrunchBase info), and former CEO of M

Global internet portal? Check.

Tuesday/Wednesday next week sees the launch of the grand-sounding World Biz Online, and my Spidey Sense is already tingling. Big London launch in a Mayfair hotel? Check. “Global internet portal&

Pikum launches beta for friendly betting

Pikum has gone into an invite only beta. The site lets anyone create and play games called Pikums where they can see who’s better at predicting the outcomes of future events/sports fixtures. Pik

Pixsta's ad network for fashion is all about image

Pixsta is a London-based startup with an image search technology which allows you to browse and search visually. Since launching trials with a handful of partners including Elle’s browse&buy as – how Google and Virgin forgot a domain

On March 31st this year Google and Virgin announced a joint venture: to create a human settlement on Mars. Sir Richard Branson penned a passionate statement on the Google Blog, saying: “Larry Pa

Hobnox – quality audio and video tools

Hobnox is a video and audio tools platform in closed beta coming out of Cologne, Germany. It’s aimed – mainly – at users who’d like to use rich tools to create and collaborate loses on appeal

MySpace thought it was all over when it secured the domain in February this year. A decision by Nominet’s dispute resolution service handed over the address, which previously had been

Coldplay proves that free music is… popular

Last.FM has got in touch to say that since the new Coldplay single ‘Violet Hill’ was released for free on Coldplay’s website this morning, Last.FM has been tracking the number of times it&#8

Anyone else notice Lycos Europe is for sale? No, me neither

Lycos Europe, the forgotten portal site which left the tent and said “I am just going outside and may be some time” a few hundred years back, is up for sale (via PaidContent). Owned 32.1 p

Friends Reunited relaunches, threatens several startups

The venerable FriendsReunited, one of the the oldest social networks in the UK, has relaunched as a free social network containing features which will have a direct impact on several niche social star
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