10 Tech Companies To Keep an Eye On In 2013
Bangalore: 2012 played the role of a potter’s wheel where tech companies took different shapes; some were successful, some broke, some were unchanged and some merged into others. 2013 too is providing a platform for the companies for transitions, and like a sequence to popular movie, you get curious to watch closely the way these tech companies carry their saga which was started in last year into this year.
Tech world is waiting to see whether Marissa Mayer can keep the momentum going at Yahoo and whether Web fossils Myspace and Digg can successfully reinvent themselves. Who will fall flat on their faces, and who will dazzle us with their innovation? Read on to know the 10 tech companies to watch closely in 2013 as compiled by LA Times. The list contains no biggies like Facebook or Google which can get your attention anyway, but the companies which would have slipped your notice otherwise.
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This social network which gets hooked by young users and creative types is set for a happening 2013. The achievements the company had are: Tumblr became one of the top 10 websites in U.S. and its young founder David Karp graced the cover of Forbes for the magazine’s Under 30 edition. This website which baby walked the last year with only $13 million in revenue, is now get set ready like Olympian runner for a lofty goal this year—a $100 million in revenue.
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