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thenextweb.com
Spotify has finally launched its music-streaming service in Ireland, making the Emerald Isle its sixteenth port of call after Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the US. Spotify now brings almost 20 million tracks to Ireland in...
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'Europe's Square' iZettle Exits Beta In Nordics And Finds Workaround For Visa Acceptance

techcrunch.com
iZettle — often called the “Square of Europe” for being an early mover on its dongle-based mobile payment service for small merchants — is definitely getting down to business. Today, the Swedish-based startup announced that it has finally exited its beta phase across the rest of its Nordic footprint of...
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Microsoft Windows head Steven Sinofsky to leave company

www.guardian.co.uk
Departure comes two weeks after the launch of Windows 8 amid reports of growing friction between top execs at firmSteven Sinofsky, the head of the Windows division at Microsoft who had been seen by some as a future chief executive of the software giant, is to leave the company.The shock...
Microsoft Windows head Steven Sinofsky to leave company

The Wrong Man For The Job, Microsoft In The Aftermath of Steven Sinofsky's Departure

techcrunch.com
Now that Steven Sinofsky has left Microsoft as President of the Windows division, the question now comes down to what happened and the implications his departure means for the company. Microsoft issue a statement today that Sinofsky and CEO Steve Ballmer mutually agreed to the departure. My bet: Sinofsky does not fit...
The Wrong Man For The Job, Microsoft In The Aftermath of Steven Sinofsky's Departure

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www.bbc.co.uk
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