Last March, Google announced that it had aquired @Last Software, who’s sole product was a a little application called Sketchup. Sketchup is an easy-to-use simple 3D modeling application. While many questioned why Google would be interested in an app like Sketchup, @Last’s substantial userbase looked forward to seeing what kind of bells and whistles Google would develop into Sketchup. It was quickly realized that Google coveted the application as a way to quickly create simple but detailed ...

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