Monthly Archives: September 2009

Techcrunch :: German Last.FM clone Simfy gets financing to become a Spotify, er, clone

German Last.FM clone Simfy gets financing to become a Spotify, er, clone Posted Sep 30, 2009 by Markus Goebel German Last.FM clone Simfy has won a new round of financing – to re-launch itself as a clone of Spotify. Music

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Techcrunch :: Germany’s streaming video startup make.tv switches off

Germany’s streaming video startup make.tv switches off Posted Sep 30, 2009 by Markus Goebel German streaming video startup make.tv has filed for insolvency. The platform for live video streaming and hosting of transmitted programs will be available until mid October

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Techcrunch :: Swedish VoIP startup Rebtel blocked again in Germany by a mobile carrier

Swedish VoIP startup Rebtel blocked again in Germany by a mobile carrier Posted Sep 23, 2009 by Markus Goebel Swedish VoIP company Rebtel, funded by Index Ventures and Benchmark Capital, is getting screwed once again. This time it’s the German

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Techcrunch :: German bloggers‘ Internet Manifesto on journalism’s future makes waves

German bloggers‘ Internet Manifesto on journalism’s future makes waves Posted Sep 9, 2009 by Markus Goebel After stirring up their own country, the German blogger elite has launched an international version of their Internet Manifesto in English. Fifteen authors of

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Techcrunch :: Germany’s Facebook cloner made €10m – but isn’t happy

Germany’s Facebook cloner made €10m – but isn’t happy Posted Sep 7, 2009 by Markus Goebel StudiVZ founder Ehssan Dariani, who got booted from his own company shortly after acquisition, has finally unleashed what appears to be a tsunami of

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