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Techcrunch :: German Facebook clone StudiVZ adds support for 3rd party apps – user privacy is paramount

German Facebook clone StudiVZ adds support for 3rd party apps – user privacy is paramount Posted Dec 9, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Two and a half years after Facebook, its German clone StudiVZ follows the US social network’s most

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Techcrunch :: Insolvent video startup make.tv to avoid the deadpool, apparently

Insolvent video startup make.tv to avoid the deadpool, apparently Posted Dec 6, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Cologne’s streaming video startup make.tv, which filed for insolvency in September, can apparently avoid the deadpool. The company has been given a second

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Techcrunch :: Dailyplaces will share location and recommendations. Sounds familiar?

Dailyplaces will share location and recommendations. Sounds familiar? Posted Nov 28, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Ah, the Appstore approval process. It can destroy the news cycle. A week ago, our “Dear Leader” Mike Butcher started to ask startups on

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Techcrunch :: Conferendum lets anybody teach online and get paid

Conferendum lets anybody teach online and get paid Posted Nov 27, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] How would you like to make money from your expert knowledge? E-Learning is a $53 billion world market that requires lots of technology and

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Techcrunch :: You’ve heard of Zynga – now meet Plinga, the latest clone from the Samwers

You’ve heard of Zynga – now meet Plinga, the latest clone from the Samwers Posted Nov 16, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] It must be great to be in the social games business. Apparently anyone can jump on the bandwagon,

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Techcrunch :: Germany gets personalised print newspaper made up of blog posts and newspaper articles

Germany gets personalised print newspaper made up of blog posts and newspaper articles Posted Nov 16, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Today I should have received my first edition of Niuu, a personalised print newspaper comprised of articles taken from

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Techcrunch :: Xing grows revenue while profit falls – and no LinkedIn takeover likely

Xing grows revenue while profit falls – and no LinkedIn takeover likely Posted Nov 13, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] Hamburg based business social network Xing, similar to LinkedIn in Europe, continued to grow revenue and EBIDTA in the first

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Techcrunch :: German students‘ homework project aims to teach MTV a lesson

German students‘ homework project aims to teach MTV a lesson Posted Nov 11, 2009 by Markus Goebel [Germany] For years the music industry said that video killed the radiostar, but now the homework of two 7th semester students from Stuttgart

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Techcrunch :: Europe’s biggest newspaper decides the iPhone browser isn’t welcome

Europe’s biggest newspaper decides the iPhone browser isn’t welcome Posted Nov 6, 2009 by Markus Goebel So much for the coming mobile nirvana of free mobile content – at least for iPhone users in Germany. Today Europe’s biggest newspaper, BILD-Zeitung,

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Techcrunch :: Dumb pipes – why Skype fears Open Source

Dumb pipes – why Skype fears Open Source Posted Nov 2, 2009 by Markus Goebel Skype’s Linux version will soon become open source software – and maybe run on every smartphone, TV set-top box or other gadget powered by the

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