What’s going on in the Dutch startup scene?
TechCrunch spoke with HRH Prince Constantijn at CES earlier this month about startup innovation in the Netherlands.
Demanding employees turn on their webcams is a human rights violation, Dutch Court rules
When Florida-based Chetu hired a telemarketer in the Netherlands, the company demanded the employee turn on his webcam. The employee wasn’t happy with being monitored “for 9 hours per day,
European startups elude global VC funding slowdown in Q1 2022
VC funding into Europe was up in the first quarter of 2022, CB Insights and Crunchbase data show. In other words, the region escaped the global quarter-on-quarter slowdown in startup investment.
Creative Fabrica, a platform for digital crafting resources, lands $7 million Series A
Creative Fabrica is best known as a marketplace for digital files, like fonts, graphics and machine embroidery designs, created for crafters. Now the Amsterdam-based startup is planning to expand into
With one atom per bit, this 1-kilobyte hard drive is only 100 nanometers wide
Here's an interesting milestone to talk up around the water cooler: Researchers in the Netherlands have created a microscopic storage system that encodes every bit with a single atom — allowing them
Fancal Is A Calendar App That Showcases Your Photos
Fancal has such a simple but appealing concept that it's surprising there aren't more smartphone calendars like it. The iOS app showcases photos from your library, with dates laid out in an unobtrusiv
Netflix Will Launch In The Netherlands Later This Year As Its International Expansion Slows
Netflix has announced that it will begin operating in The Netherlands later this year, further expanding its European footprint. The Netherlands, Netflix's seventh European country, is a relatively sm