Narrative — Formerly Known as Memoto — Launches Life-Logging Camera, Raises $3M

“It’s fun to explore your life in hindsight,” says the maker of a tiny camera that takes a picture every 30 seconds.


Director Says BlackBerry Can Survive as “Niche” Player

In an interview in Stockholm, newly elected BlackBerry director Bert Nordberg said the board is aware of the value the company has created in areas like the enterprise business, hardware functionality and secure communications.

Move Over, Rihanna. Meet PewDiePie, YouTube’s Biggest Star.

He doesn’t sing, dance, or do much more than play videogames. But this 23-year-old Swede is the most popular person on the world’s biggest video site.

Mind-Boggling: The Numbers Behind Ruzzle’s Rise (And Fall?)

Eat our D-U-S-T, Zynga … hey, wait, where’s everyone going?

Exclusive: PayPal Co-Founder Levchin Launches New Payments Startup, Affirm

He’s back, and this time the well-known entrepreneur wants to give you a digital charge card.

Meet Compuverde, Sweden’s Answer to Big-Data Storage Problems

What do the Swedes know about big data that you don’t?

Netflix Heads to Scandinavia

Here’s the “attractive European market” Reed Hastings was talking about last month.

Gap, H&M, Sephora and Others Unwrap New Social Gifting Service in the U.S.

More than 25 major retailers, including the Gap, H&M, Sephora, Brooklyn Industries and others, are working with a small Swedish company named Wrapp to roll-out a social gifting service in the U.S.

Spotify’s Special Projects Head Shakil Khan Moves to Path to Do Same

The fix-it guy for the popular music service takes his tools over to the personal social network.

Anonymous Fails, Once Again, to Make Its Point

Big as they were, the attacks carried out in revenge for the Megaupload arrests accomplished nothing significant.

IPad Debuts in 11 More Countries

Sony Ericsson to Sack 2,000