Google Opens Cheque Books- Buys Out Bump Technologies’ 3D Software


Google Opens Cheque Books- Buys Out Bump Technologies’ 3D Software

After the slump, IT giant has finally kick started its acquisition spree by buying out Bump Technologies.

Reports claim that Google has bought the Canadian venture, Bump Technologies for an undisclosed amount. Bump Technologies boasts of Bump Top software that gives a 3D effect to the desktops. The software is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems.

The founders of the software are confident that the usage of this software would completely redefine that way people use their desktops.

The phenomenal Bump Top software makes the desktops 'come alive'. It has features that allow the users to stack up files in heap. To add to the list the software enables its users to attach notes and photos on the walls.

Bump Top's Windows edition launched in October allows users to zoom in on the desktop. It has finger swiping features as well that make the desktop experience extremely hi-tech.

Following the acquisition, updates of the software are not available.

Bump technologies confirmed the reports of a buy out and said that they were hopeful that their technology would now be a part of the Google bouquet.

Since the recession, Bump Technologies is the first buy out of Google and industry experts are confident that the features of Bump Top Software would give an edge to Google over its competitors.

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