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Google Expands Flight Search To More Countries

Google Expands Flight Search To More Countries

By Chris Crum July 21, 2014

Google announced the expansion of Flight Search into three more countries: Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. This is the first time Google has added countries since launching in Ireland and Poland in March. A year before that, Google launched the offering …

Petition Calls For Denmark To Ban Bestiality Petition Calls For Denmark To Ban Bestiality

The past two years have not been good for zoophiles in Europe. In 2013, Germany passed a bill banning bestiality and Sweden banned the practice earlier this year. Now animal rights activists have their sights set on Denmark – one …

Faroe Islanders "Importing" Wives from Thailand Faroe Islanders "Importing" Wives from Thailand

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The remote Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic have seen a dip in population, as well as a stark imbalance between male and female populations, so some Faroese men have been “importing” wives from Thailand and the Philippines. The Faroe …

HIV Cure ‘Within Months,’ Say Danish Researchers HIV Cure ‘Within Months,’ Say Danish Researchers

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Last week, those hoping to find a cure for HIV were disappointed by the failure of a U.S. clinical trial for an HIV vaccine. This week, the hope that a cure can be found may have been renewed. According to …

Netflix Launches in Denmark the Day After Sweden Netflix Launches in Denmark the Day After Sweden

Just a day after breaking into the Scandinavian market, Netflix has added another country to its growing list (it’s over 50 now). Starting today, residents of Denmark can sign up for Netflix Instant. Yesterday, Netflix launched in Sweden, making it …

LinkedIn Launches Danish Language Version LinkedIn Launches Danish Language Version
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LinkedIn announced that is has launched a new Danish language version. The company says there are over 3 million members across the Nordic region, including 900,000 in Denmark. “Every day, our members are adding information to their profiles, sharing important …

Yelp Brings Something Yummy to the State of Denmark Yelp Brings Something Yummy to the State of Denmark
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Attention Dutch gourmands both green and seasoned: ready your palates and forks and save room for your typing skills because Yelp has announced that their network of customer reviews and rankings of restaurants and businesses are now available to your …

Danish Study Shows CO2 Affects Weight Gain Danish Study Shows CO2 Affects Weight Gain

Danish researchers have recently announced a new theory as to why people all over the world are getting fatter – rising carbon dioxide levels are causing weight gain. (image) The study began years ago, when Danish post-doctoral researcher Lars-Georg Hersoug …

Street View Spreads To Denmark, Sweden
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Google Street View has taken in a couple more countries.  Today, coverage of Denmark and Sweden was introduced, and there are new photos of many especially interesting places in England, Northern Ireland, Wales, and other areas, as well.

Google Launches Climate Change Platform With Denmark
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Google has announced it has partnered with the Danish government to launch an online platform focused on climate change.

The move comes ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15) in December hosted by the Danish government.

The goal of the platform is to increase global engagement in climate change. Users will be able to upload videos to YouTube’s "Raise your voice" COP15 channel sharing their thoughts and opinions on climate change.

Online Ads To Surpass TV Ads In Sweden
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The world’s largest media buyer, WPP is projecting that 2008 will be a big year for online advertising around the globe, especially in Europe.

A new forecast from WPP’s GroupM predicts that spending on Internet advertising will surpass TV advertising in Sweden this year.

Internet ad spending in the UK and Denmark are also expected to equal or surpass TV ad spending this year. If Internet spending in the UK grows at the projected 30.8% this year and TV stays steady at 1.0%, that puts them at $6.7 billion and $7 billion respectively.