GreenBorder, which is based in Mountain View, California, where Google has its headquarters, posted a message at its website announcing that it had been bought by Google. Google confirmed the purchase of GreenBorder, saying the deal was completed mid-May 2007 but the financial terms were not disclosed. GreenBorder said it is no longer taking on new customers and will service current subscribers until their contracts expire. GreenBorder was founded in 2001 and backed by venture capital.
The terms of the deal and Google's specific plans for GreenBorder's technology were not disclosed.
The fate of the technology became apparent when Google Chrome was launched in September 2008: several former GreenBorder employees were named in a description of the new browser's sandboxing ability.
USB drives get tinier; New launches include Acer notebooks, GreenBorder.(Acer Aspire 5100, GreenBorder Pro software)
Jul 24, 2006; Byline: Keith Shaw I took my own advice and took a vacation last week, so instead of quick reviews of tech products this week,...