“Swedish 3D mapping company C3 Technologies appears to have been acquired in July. Saab AB announced last month that it had completely divested itself of its 57.8% stake in the company for approximately $150 million US dollars,” Arnold Kim reports for MacRumors.. “Meanwhile, C3’s website has since been completely shut down though portions of it remain in Google’s cache.”
Kim reports, “Nyteknik.se reports only that the buyer is a western company. ‘We have promised not to say who the buyer is. But there are no Chinese or other Asian companies. It is a company in the Western world, says one of Saab today after the deal is worth 1 billion.'”
Kim reports, “That opens the door to one of many companies, but certainly the big players such as Apple, Microsoft and Google are the prime candidates.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Lynn Weiler” and “Jax44” for the heads up.]