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Submitted by mpctips 1104d ago | article

Ten Years Later, Technology Catches Up with Go-L's Fictional Systems

Maximum PC: It's been a long time since I've thought about Go-L, also known as Liebermann Inc., a computer company founded in 2003 that drew instant attention on the Internet for advertising technology that, at the time, seemed too good be true. And it was, at least back then. Go-L went belly up a year later, tried to make a return in 2005, and then disappeared for good. Had Go-L been able to maintain what many feel was a hoax for the better of a decade, it might actually have been able to deliver some of its much hyped technologies today. (Go-L, PC hardware)

newsguy  +   1105d ago
awesome retrospective
Raf1k1  +   1102d ago
I remember this website. Back then I thought it was genuine.

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