When DuckDuckGo launched as a search engine in 2008 by Gabriel Weinberg, many people thought they were completely insane and out of their minds. How could DuckDuckGo, a tiny, Philadelphia-based startup, go up against Google? One way, was by respecting user privacy.
Micro, A little “first truly consumer based” 3D printer reminded everyone how useful Kickstarter can be. The campaign successfully manged a $50,000 fundraising goal in a single day. With 27 days left to reach that goal, the project has raked in $1.8 million and with over 6,000 backers.
Google, a company that has a building called Googleplex, its own line of mobile phones and mobile operating system, its own line of laptops, browser, search engine, video streaming service, maps and navigation, and the list goes on. This company does it all. Google plays quite an important role ... (more)