German internet news

Today’s top stories: Online advertising channel Plista has introduced a self booking portal for regional advertisers; Azubister has launched a Facebook application to extend help to students and interns in search of placements; and e-noa will officially unveil its Interpad Android tablet at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

Plista targets regional advertisers

Plista targets regional advertisingThe preference-based online advertising channel Plista is introducing a new service to make it easier for regional advertisers to target local audiences. The Berlin-based startup is trialling a ’self booking portal‘ on their own doorstep first, at There, advertisers can create, manage and monitor performance of their own regional ad campaigns.

Azubister launches Facebook application

Azubister launches Facebook applicationThe platform for interns and students Azubister ( wants users to be able to „search for a training course at any time, any place“ and as part of that has created a new Facebook application. This service will automatically detect what the Facebook user’s catchment area is and give the most relevant local results on available internships and trainee places.

e-noa Interpad to debut at IFA 2010

enoa launches interpad androidGerman startup e-noa will officially debut its Android tablet at the IFA 2010 consumer electronics show in Berlin. The 10-inch Interpad, the first tablet PC to be manufactured in Germany, runs the Android 2.2 OS on the NVIDIA Tegra platform. It includes 16GB storage, G-Sensor, mini-USB and a 12 hour battery life. The Interpad goes on sale this autumn, priced at €399.