Monthly Archives: August 2009

Techcrunch :: Germany’s version of LastFM files for insolvency

Germany’s version of LastFM files for insolvency Posted Aug 26, 2009 by Markus Goebel German free music streaming service Roccatune has officially filed for insolvency. After weeks of silence on their situation, Roccatune CEO Constantin Thyssen has now announced the

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Techcrunch :: Facebook accelerates past StudiVZ in Germany

Facebook accelerates past StudiVZ in Germany Posted Aug 25, 2009 by Markus Goebel It looks like the battle between StudiVZ and Facebook in Germany is reaching its end. Facebook is now officially Germany’s biggest social network. The latest numbers from

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Techcrunch :: Qype expands to Italy in attempt to outpace Yelp’s expansion

Qype expands to Italy in attempt to outpace Yelp’s expansion Posted Aug 18, 2009 by Markus Goebel The German Yelp counterpart Qype is continuing its expansion. This time they are heading south and have launched an Italian version of their

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Techcrunch :: o2 Germany opens mobile network for VoIP and Skype

o2 Germany opens mobile network for VoIP and Skype Posted Aug 18, 2009 by Markus Goebel o2 Germany will not block VoIP services like Skype any more and has no plans to charge extra for their usage. Until now, all

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Techcrunch :: Nokia ditching Symbian for Maemo, German FT reports

Nokia ditching Symbian for Maemo, German FT reports Posted Aug 11, 2009 by Markus Goebel Nokia doesn’t trust its Symbian mobile operating system any more and plans to equip many of its smartphones with the mostly open source Maemo operating

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