Kide Systems sets sights on international growth
Finnish healthtech company Kide Systems is focussing on developing its international operations, after landing one million euros in funding.
Huhtamäki’s smart cup at our disposal
Finnish food and drink packaging company Huhtamäki has unveiled its new Adtone single-use paper cup with a digitilised connection, handy for promotional purposes.
Dispelix one of globe’s most promising startups
Augmented reality optics producer Dispelix has been listed among the 50 promising startups in the world.
QuietOn is flying with Lufthansa
QuietOn is joining a new type of flight created by airline Lufthansa whereby passengers will be introduced to new innovative devices and presentations.
Silence is QuietOn
Finnish company QuietOn has created a genuine innovation that revolutionises the meaning of deafening silence with active noise cancellation and acoustic noise attenuation.
Nokia 3310 is back again
HMD Global has unveiled a new generation of Nokia smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Cohu Experience breaks Finnish crowdfunding record
Finnish startup Cohu Experience has closed a 3.2 million-euro round for its Space Nation Astronaut Program. Over 500 Finnish private investors were among the crowdfunders.
Combinostics uses AI to improve early diagnosis
New Finnish technology is tapping into machine learning and artificial intelligence to support healthcare professionals in early diagnosis of neurological disorders.
Cinia Group connects with TTK
Finnish intelligent network, cloud and software services provider Cinia Group has signed an agreement with TTK, one of Russia’s largest communications providers.
DoCover lands a “dream deal” with Real Madrid
Finnish startup DoCover can commence using football club Real Madrid’s logo on its products, which are mobile device screen protectors decorated with holograms.
Finnish mobile apps help prevent strokes and heart attacks
Nowadays you can find a mobile app for almost anything and some of them can even save your life. Now Finnish researchers have made it possible to use your phone to detect a heart attack or early signs of a stroke.