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Cuill.com – the one to watch?

Tanya Goodin
Tanya Goodin
CEO
16 April 2008

New Search Engine pockets $25 million in VC funding

While not live yet, or even in Beta, Cuill is being touted as the latest in a long line of new search engines to challenge Google. OK, we have heard all of this before but this one may have some legs as Cuill was founded by search experts from Google, IBM, eBay, Alta Vista, Xerox PARC, the Internet Archive and Stanford University.  You may recognise some of those names!

Anyway, in their latest press release Cuill have anounced an additional $25m on top of the $8m they have already received. Beers and pool all round!

So come on Cuill, bring on your search tool!

For an insight into a few potential challengers to Google in 2008 check this out.

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