Micro blogging company Twitter has acquired Bagcheck, a website that help its users keep a note of their collections, the later informed on Monday.
According to tech website All Things Digital, San Francisco, California-based social networking and micro blogging service provider Twitter has acquired gear-check firm Bagcheck, which was started by two former Yahoo employees Sam Pullara and Luke Wroblewski, for an undisclosed amount.
According to the blog post published by Bagcheck, Pullara, a former technology expert at Yahoo Inc. is expected to join the twitter team at San Francisco starting Monday while co-founder Wroblewski has already left the firm to work on something more relevant.
“We're very excited to announce that Bagcheck has been acquired by Twitter, and as of today, Sam Pullara will be joining the Twitter engineering team.” Pullara also added, “You can export all your content using this feature on your profile page and post or save your bags anywhere you like.” as he informed that the service continuous to remain available, however, things could see a change as is expected after an acquisition.
The company that raised its finances from Sutter Hill Ventures and Morado Ventures enabled its users to connect with people and share their commodities of interest ranging from a camera to their kitchen utensils.[Image courtesy bagcheck.com]