s acquisition of BumpTop
, and the acquisition by Amazon.
What's new is that BumpTop
has been suddenly and surprisingly bought up by Google.
India, May 3 -- BumpTop, an OS overlay specialist company famous for its eponymous 3D desktop manager for Windows and Mac, has gone and got bought by the search giant, Google.
The figure for which BumpTop was bought out was not mentioned.
If youeIUre curious, you might want to check out BumpTop
, which has a cute interface and lets you mess around with files as if theyeIUre sheaths of paper, irrespective of what kind of file they are.
BumpTop is a new way of thinking about computer desktops.
This gives everybody at BumpTop an immediate "in" to the voice of our users and really connects us with the people were trying to serve.
, a touch-enhanced 3-D interface for photos and documents that allows users to spatially organize and "toss" or share files and photos to social media sites or email.
The free version of Bumptop does a lot of fun stuff, but if you want all its features you'll have to spend 30 dollars for the Pro version.
Bumptop looks cool in the demonstrations, but cool doesn't necessarily mean usable.
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Bump has developed the groundbreaking BumpTop three-dimensional graphical user interface, which mimics the behavior of a real-world desk.