There’s truly never been a better time to be an entrepreneur in Latin America. 500 Mexico partner Juan Lopez Salaberry says it, our deal data says it and with an explosion of early-stage teams disrupting everything from music production to travel it’s hard to disagree. read more ..
After a handful of notable exits such as Just-Eat and Zendesk, Danish tech companies are starting to gain serious traction with investors. ... read more
As the success of French startup Dayuse.com shows not all sharing economy startups harm incumbents. Indeed, Dayuse.com helps hotels by providing a place for them to rent out rooms during the day. read more ..
With the world’s fourth-largest population and situated in the middle of the booming South-East Asian economic region, Indonesia boasts an exciting, dynamic tech startup culture.
Sweden’s tech scene is one of the most-exciting on the planet right now. As if giving us The Bridge, Stieg Larsson and flat-pack futons wasn’t enough, trailblazing tech companies from Ericsson to Spotify and Skype have rocketed out of this tiny ice-covered country
A town built around centuries of world-leading academic research, today Cambridge is an innovation hotspot that is continuously producing new hi-tech companies.
The Netherlands startup scene is thriving with several notable success stories under its belt such as payments processor Adyen. Here we take a look at the 10 most-interesting startups in the Netherlands.
Venture capital investment in tech firms fell 11% in May compared to April, but was up 27% year-on-year.
Of all the industries undergoing tech disruption, it’s music that is arguably undergoing the most public and profound embarrassment. But while the music industry incumbents continue to comet to grasps with shifting consumer habits, new music technology...
Snapchat is getting serious about ads and the right way to measure chatbots here are the news stories and expert opinions to keep you up to speed.
Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for USD26bn, blockchain’s potential and the insurance startups to watch - these are the biggest stories in tech today.
Voice recognition software is now a standard feature on mobile devices and personal computers, but only recently has the technology powering it developed to a standard that makes it useful.
Apple Pay brought smartphone payments into the mainstream and now the iPhone maker is expected to bring this technology to the web with support for e-commerce websites.
From Siri excitement to the growing coffers of Didi Chuxing, here are the top stories to help you stay up to date with tech today.
With the releases of the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift earlier this year, it’s fair to say that virtual reality (VR) is finally available to a mass audience. But with entry prices still prohibitively high for the majority of users, headsets and their content are yet to become a ubiquitous, or even common, aspect of people’s lives.
Line’s looking at an IPO in what could prove a major test for the public market’s appetite for messaging companies and the impact of hedge funds on tech valuations are among the stories to keep you in the loop in tech today.
Restructuring the web, Amazon Fresh comes to the UK and an app store shake-up - these are the stories defining tech today.
Snapchat is yet again trying to increase the amount of content from third party publishers that its users watch.