Lytro no more

One of the tech industry’s most promising startups, Lytro, looks like its headed for the dustbin of startups. The news has been a little muddled early on with early stories reporting a sale to Google for around $25–$40 million or so. That’s not much for a company that seemed so promising at one time and now it seems it’s not ...

Kathleen Maher

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