With headcount still in single digits, indoor positioning startup Walkbase has landed €3m in funding and is setting its sights on Europe.
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After graduating from Norway's Bergen College of Engineering in 1989, Stig spent the next fifteen years in the IT industry. The majority of his time was spent in telecommunications and network infrastructure business, both as a post-sales and pre-sales engineer. He's also worked in data security, systems management and related disciplines within professional IT. Over the last decade, Stig has been working full-time as a freelance technology writer, mainly on print media, as well as several web publications in Norway. Mostly he writes for business IT magazines, but sometimes turns his hand to more consumer-oriented articles. "A brand new digital camera is fun, but it’s a bulletproof server that makes the world go round" is Stig's point of view.
Olli Sulopuisto has been covering technology, consumer matters, film and television since 2007. He resides in Helsinki, Finland.
Eeva Haaramo has covered the Finnish startup and tech scene for the past seven years. As a freelance journalist, she enjoys writing about entrepreneurs, innovation and industry trends in the Nordic region. She has a passion for fitness and green tech.
Microsoft adds Nokia's sprawling Espoo headquarters to the list of assets it's taking over, while Nokia moves to pastures new.
Opera appears to have made up its mind on the question of updates for Opera 12: the last will come by mid-2014, along with an automatic update that will push millions over to the new browser.
Pending regulatory clearance, Nokia's devices business should be Microsoft's by the first quarter of 2014.
Nokia's devices and services unit is set to pass into Redmond's hands if the proxy vote is anything to go by.
Toomas Henrik Ilves wants to encourage European governments to build secure and interoperable IT systems.
The biography of Jorma Ollila, CEO of Nokia during its stratospheric rise, offers glimpses from inside the company as it underwent massive change.
Nokia's Windows Phone 8 have found a home at the Finnish arm of Swiss company ABB.
Around 370,000 customers will be joining Telenor's Bredbandsbolaget ISP under the deal.
Joining Microsoft's board of directors would be a logical next move for Nokia's former-CEO Jorma Ollila, claims a Finnish financial analyst.
As the company builds out its network coverage and introduces new products, its head of technology reveals it's got international expansion plans.
A US lobby group is proposing a new code of conduct that outlaws user profiling and data mining by cloud services used by European schools.
Swedish schools may have draw up new contracts with cloud providers or be forced to stop using hosted services like Google Apps.
Wanted by Norwegian capital: thousands of Microsoft-powered devices. Long battery life, big screen required.
Following Microsoft's plan to acquire Nokia, Jolla is launching a second round of pre-orders for its smartphone, but for now it's limited to Finland.
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