A new lounge at Helsinki's airport offers everything you'd expect at home, including a kitchen, living room, and the opportunity to walk around in socks.
Would you buy a ticket for flight 666 to Helsinki (HEL) on Friday the 13th? CNET phone editor Lynn La gets superstitious with us and talks falling Apple shares, trading in your current iPhone, New York bagels, and a new take on the theremin...designed by Flo Rida?
Would you buy a ticket for flight 666 to Helsinki (HEL) on Friday the 13th? CNET phone Editor Lynn La gets superstitious with us and talks falling Apple shares, trading in your current iPhone, NY bagels, and a new take on the theremin...designed by Flo Rida?
To sleep, perchance to dream -- and have those dreams turned into music by new software out of Finland's University of Helsinki.
Nokia and Microsoft will host a press conference in New York on the same day Nokia World kicks off in Helsinki.
A sign spotted on the company's flagship store in Helsinki points to something in the works following Nokia World in early September.
Excess heat from hundreds of computer servers to be located in the bedrock beneath one of the city's popular tourist sites will be captured and channeled into a system of water-heated pipes used to warm homes.
The Helsinki Institute for Information Technology finds that people tend to update their statuses with "mundane" messages. Well, on Jaiku, anyway.
Search giant beefs up social-networking business by purchasing mobile social-networking firm based in Helsinki, Finland.
Fastrax has raised a $5.4 million second round of funding, led by CapMan Capital Management. Other investors included Eqvitec Partners, and previous investors Startupfactory, Innocap and Suunto, a division of Amer Sports. Helsinki, Finland-based Fastrax has raised a total of $6.5 million. The company develops hardware and software designed to allow companies to add global positioning systems to their products.