Google Buys @Last Software

13 Mar, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

'The future of SketchUp just got a big shot in the arm'

CAD News

@Last Software today announced that it has been acquired by Google. In a message on the SketchUp Web site, CEO Brad Schell assures customers that Google will continue to develop and support the SketchUp 3D modeling product for the conceptual stages of design, which is available for Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Both companies are committed to providing "the best 3D experience as possible to folks," he says.  Read more >>p>


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