It wasn't long ago that Microsoft was punished by European regulators for bundling Internet Explorer with Windows. Now the company once again stands accused of anti-competitive behavior, not for bundling Edge, but for resetting it as the default browser when Windows 10 upgrades.
The complaint comes from Jon von Tetzchner, CEO and co-founder of browser Vivaldi, who also founded Opera in the 1990s. Read more on ZDNet.
Innovation House - happy to announce partnership with Tech Nordic Advocates!
Tech Nordic Advocates is Northern Europe's largest - and only pan-Nordic/Baltic - private sector led, senior tech leader network, working to stimulate Nordic and Baltic tech collaboration, innovation and growth through pan-Nordic & Baltic tech ecosystem collaboration with strong support for startups (600 startups, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, accelerators, policy makers and experts)
With each update we continue on our mission to shape the world’s best user-centric browser. The latest version of Vivaldi is no exception and includes a number of new features that we can’t wait for you to try! Read more here
Driftwood, our in-house design and engineering company, received two grants last week. They are now working hard to set up a real life test of the first version of the Safe Seat, an inexpensive suspension seat for high-speed boats. Suspension seats absorb the bumps that a fast-going boat inevitably encounters in uneven sea states, and so prevents back injuries in the crew and passengers.
Innovation House Story:
Innovation House was founded by Jon von Tetzchner, a successful technology entrepreneur currently living in Gloucester, near Boston Massachusetts. The idea behind the Innovation House is simple. Incubating local startups and entrepreneurs in Iceland by providing inexpensive turn key office facilities, as well as networking and collaboration space. read more...